55850 JALILI MAMLOUK
It was the Mamlouk sultans who ruled in Egypt during the 13th to 16th century that commissioned many fine rugs. They were woven with geometric patterns, usually in a thick hand knotted pile of 80 knots per square inch. However, today you may find them in higher knot counts made with natural dyes and 100% handspun wool on a cotton foundation. These striking and unique rugs are well suited for contemporary or traditional interiors. Jalili Mamlouk carpets are characterized not only by their distinctive designs, but also by their lustrous wool, fine weave and soft, closely valued coloration.
Named after a village located in west central Iran, these mostly geometric patterned rugs are characterized by an all-over or repeating pattern or a medallion layout in classic Persian design. The Artsy Farahan rug is 100% handspun wool on a cotton foundation with soft, thin wool knotted in an asymmetrical fashion. The vegetable dyed rug is also very durable and holds the viewers attention with its marked beauty.
The Hereke rug is a high quality and large size rug originally produced in the former Ottoman Empire. It is characterized with unique patterns, double Turkish knot and exquisite color combinations. These highly collectible rugs are still made today in other countries with Ottoman and Anatolian influences. 100% wool on a cotton foundation.