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The quality of Turkish rugs has earned them a worldwide reputation, and our 5×8 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.
Antique Turkish Keyseri Rugs like our 7×10 turkish antique area rug are woven by skilled weavers in the central Turkish town of Keyseri. The primary materials used in producing Turkish carpets from this city are either a cotton/wool blend or silk. Many of the motifs and patterns in these carpets are influenced by Iran and other regions where Keyseri traded because of its strategic location on the silk trading route.
Turkish carpets include Oushak rugs. Oushak is a village in west-central Anatolia, south of Istanbul. This ancient Oriental carpet is of high quality. Red, Orange, Beige, and Ivory are the main colors of our Red Orange 3×4 Oushak Turkish Antique Area Rug. Oushak rugs are often woven from soft, bright wool cotton. People think they’re quiet and subdued.
This 7×10 sparta turkish antique area rug is magnificent, dating back to the 1960s. Its design features a geometric pattern in a variety of jewel-like ruby colors. Our 7×10 sparta turkish antique area rug has Ivory/Light Yellow Beige, Brown primary colors.
The knot density in a Heriz rug like this heriz azerbaijan antique oriental area rug 7×9 ranges from about 40kpi to about 100kpi. (Although occasionally finer knotting silk Heriz carpets were manufactured.) The coarser knotting enhances the looser designs and styles of these carpets. Heriz (Heris) style rugs are typically larger, more durable, and more resistant. The knotted wool yarn pile on a cotton warp makes this possible.
The Mahal rug, one of the newest rugs to hit the market, is another great addition to the family of Oriental rugs. This Brown 7×10 Mahal-style Oriental Antique Area Rug is a work of art in its own right, teetering on the edge of becoming extraordinarily colorful and illustrative. The main colors of this rug are Light Brown, Grey, Ivory, Sienna, Black, Wheat, and SaddleBrown.
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.
This red 4×5 oushak turkish antique area rug is more than a thousand years old. Knot size and density affect weaving. Verify the knotting of the rug before purchasing. Sloppy knots will shorten the lifespan of a rug.