This 3×4 turkish antique area rug is hand-knotted with wool or cotton yarns over warp and weft yarns. After knotting, the weaver threads the weft through the warp with a needle. The weaver can make infinite patterns using different thread colors and knotting methods. Turkish carpets are most popular in Anatolia, where they originated. 3×4 turkish antique area rug has Beige, Forest Green, Light Brown, and Brown primary colors.
Ivory-White Antique 4×4 Jajim Turkish Round Oriental Area Rug. Most jajims are made of wool, and traditional jajims only employ colors made from plants. Unfortunately, the number of whole ancient Persian jajims is fast dwindling due to the widespread practice of unraveling them for use in mending and restoring other rugs and flat woven kilims that may sell for more.
Oushak weavers are some of the best in the world because they care about both how long the carpet will last and how it looks. The wool pile of a 4×6 oushak turkish antique area rug is held up by this cotton base.
Gorgeous Multi-Color Semi-Antique 4×6 Yalameh Turkish Oriental Area Rug. Typically, geometric animal or human prints are strewn across the field, or medallion designs accompany the distinctive pattern of big repeated diamonds in a straight line down the 4×6 yalameh turkish antique area rug.
Turkish Keyseri carpets are formal. They often have floral patterns like this 7×10 keysari turkish antique area rug. Medallion or all-over flower motifs reflect Persian Shah Abbas palmettes with bird and faunal themes.