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  • 55636 CAPPADOCIA

    The word Cappadocia is the name of a region in central Turkey. This carpet making area may have begun as far back as 9000 years ago, with simple flat weavings that grew more complex over time. Symbols in the rugs have significance and meaning. Today, these rugs are still used in Turkish homes. 100% wool

     
  • 55631 LORI

    Originally woven around the Zagros Mountains of western Persian (Iran) by the Lurs, these rugs represent the beautiful art of Persian carpet weaving. Usually depicting geometric designs with animal motifs and geometric figures, they often contain rich combinations of colors such as red, blue, green and yellow. These unique tribal rugs are exciting with their rich and jewel tone colors. This rug is approximately 80 to 100 years old. 100% wool on cotton foundation.

  • 55634 SOFRA

    The word Sofra is an ancient Arabic word, translating to dinner table, picnic or kilim. It lends itself well to generosity and hospitality. The square or rectangular and colorful flat tapestry rugs have been woven for thousands of years in Turkey, serving multiple roles in the household. Often used in village homes where people sit on their floors and enjoy meals, this rug is versatile as a decorative floor covering or wall hanging. This particular Sofra rug is approximately 85-100 years old.

     
  • 55633 MILAS

    Named after the district of Milas in southwestern Turkey, the design is made by the Turkmen, thus has a nomadic quality and woven with the inspiration of original 16th century prayer rugs.
    Browns, reddish browns and dark yellow are distinctive colors of the Milas carpet. Made with 100% wool and natural dyes from sources such as peach, apricot and walnut trees. Milas have become popular and fashionable both in an outside of Turkey. This particular rug is approximately 60-80 years old.

     
  • 55222 ANATOLIAN VINTAGE

    Anatolia is the geography known today as modern day Turkey. These rugs are transitional in their style with high knot count, using well-defined Anatolian motifs arranged in unique patterns. Decorative rustic motifs, age-old talismans and stylized botanical decorations are aspects of this vintage style rug. 100% handspan wool and natural dyes on a cotton foundation.

  • 55220 ANATOLIAN VINTAGE

    Anatolia is the geography known today as modern day Turkey. These rugs are transitional in their style with high knot count, using well-defined Anatolian motifs arranged in unique patterns. Decorative rustic motifs, age-old talismans and stylized botanical decorations are aspects of this vintage style rug. 100% handspan wool and natural dyes on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 55216 ANATOLIAN VINTAGE

    Anatolia is the geography known today as modern day Turkey. These rugs are transitional in their style with high knot count, using well-defined Anatolian motifs arranged in unique patterns. Decorative rustic motifs, age-old talismans and stylized botanical decorations are aspects of this vintage style rug. 100% handspan wool and natural dyes on a cotton foundation.

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