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The 1960s was when this magnificent Red Orange 7 x 10 Sparta Turkish Antique Area Rug was made. Its layout features a geometric pattern in several shades that resemble ruby jewels. The predominant colors in this rug are Beige, Tan, and Brown.
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.
Antique Turkish Keyseri Rugs like our lvory-white green 7×10 keysari 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.
Oushak craftsmanship is among the best regarding materials and texture since they consider both the quality and the carpet’s aesthetic appeal. This 7×10 oushak turkish antique area rug has a cotton foundation and a wool pile. The density and knot size is the most significant aspects of weaving. When purchasing a rug, it is vital to know how well the knots are tied, as a flimsy rug will not last as long as a more sturdy one.
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.
Rugs that are semi-antique like our 4×11 turkish semi-antique runner rug fall somewhere between 40 or 50 years old and 80 years old. The vast majority of semi-antique carpets sold now were woven between the 1930s and the 1970s, towards the middle of the twentieth century. There was a revolution in the carpet business at this period.
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.