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.
Anatolian rugs like our 5×9 anatolian turkish antique area rug are among the most exquisite and skillfully woven carpets in the world. They are well-known for the high quality they represent, the vivid colors they feature, and the abstract patterns that draw inspiration from tribal art and rituals.
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.
The quality of Turkish rugs has earned them a worldwide reputation, and our 4×7 turkish antique area rug is no exception. They range from wool rugs to hand-knotted and are exceptionally well-made. What started as a handcrafted, everyday comfort is now a thriving industry.