The Beige 3×10 Hereke Turkish Antique Runner Rug is the epitome of late 19th- and early 20th-century Turkish rugs. Hereke is near Istanbul on Turkey’s shore. This Turkish city makes world-class carpets. Hereke are king-size rugs because they were previously for palaces. Inspired by Safavid Iran and Ottoman Turkey court carpets, Hereke factories maintained an exceptional standard of excellence in design and weaving technique, especially in their silk, wool, and cotton rugs, effectively preserving the opulent splendor of the ancient past. This hereke Turkish antique area rug is Beige, Peach, Mint Green, Magenta, Navy Blue, Orange, Blue, and Lemon.
SUPER Beige Antique 4×8 Anatolian Turkish Oriental Area Rug freeshipping – Shop Oriental Rugs. The high caliber they stand for, the vibrant colors they display, and the abstract designs that evoke tribal art and rituals make them so well recognized. Gold, Teal, Light Pink, Cornsilk White, Brown, Light Blue, and Light Grey make up this rug’s core palette.
This beige 4×8 anatolian turkish antique area rug is woven using wefts and warps, which are typically made of wool (either wool or cotton). Anatolian rugs are made of tightly woven threads, making them durable and adaptable in that they can be used in either setting.
Handwoven Antique Hereke Turkish Oriental Runner Rug. High-quality materials, the same double knots (Turkish or Ghiordes knots), and attractive color schemes make the beige 6×11 hereke turkish antique runner rug popular. Runner rugs are beneficial in high-traffic areas. A durable rug in a hallway or stairs helps protect floors.
Great Brown Antique 5×9 Oushak Turkish Oriental MD Runner Rug. The knots on most ancient Oushak carpets are fairly loose. As a result, they will be more adaptable. Silky, high-quality wool creates long, brilliant piles. Two of the most famous antique oushak rug motifs are the star and the medallion.
The dark navy 3×15 hereke turkish semi antique runner rug is the epitome of late 19th- and early 20th-century Turkish rugs. Hereke is near Istanbul on Turkey’s shore. This Turkish city makes world-class carpets.
The ancient city of Zanjan, the capital of the Zanjan Province in northwest Iran, is where these rugs first appeared. The city is famous for its fantastic, high-quality Persian tribal rugs. It is a major stop along Iran’s Silk Routes. Completely handmade by nomadic tribes in the mountains of northern Iran. The geometric patterns and vivid, exotic colors that characterize this dark-navy 4×15 zanjan persian antique runner rug have made it a popular choice. The primary colors of this rug are Black, Ivory, Red, Navy, Blue, Brick Red, Beige, Maroon, and Steel Blue.
Natural dyes are mainly used for coloring the rugs, and our grey 4×10 sarab persian antique runner rug is no exception. These rugs are generally sturdy and hardwearing and still use the brilliant weaving techniques they used thousands of years ago.