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  • Beautiful Bessarabian – 1960s Antique Turkish Kilim – Flatweave Rug 6′ x 8’4″ ft $799.99

    Size: 6′ x 8’4″ ft.

    All works of the Bessarabian category are highly decorative, Not dissimilar to particular Karabaghs from the Caucasus, many of the designs crafted in Bessarabian carpets are floral in motif. The designs usually fit within a black or brown tone background, executed in a naturalistic western. Some pieces, in particular the flat-weaves, are woven with the distinctive Bessarabian palette in the tradition of kilim rugs from nearby Anatolia.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Flat weave – as shown in pictures.

    6915022

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  • Marvelous Muted – 1950s Vintage Turkish Anatolian Oushak Rug – 4′ x 5’11” ft $629.99

    Size: 4′ x 5’11” ft.

    Light salmon medallion with a brown background, beige corners, and a brown border!

    Oushak rugs have been woven in Western Turkey since the beginning of the Ottoman period. Historians attributed to them many of the great masterpieces of early Turkish carpet weaving from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries. However, less is known about what happened to production there in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. When things become clearer toward 1900, the Oushak region re-emerges as a major center, this time for room-size decorative rugs. Antique Turkish carpets such as these are desirable today as highly decorative pieces. They come in central medallion designs as well as patterns of smaller allover medallions or scattered sprays of vine scroll and palmettes. They are notable for the grand, monumental scale of the designs, often a subdued palette in soft apricot and golden saffron tones whose pleasing qualities are enhanced by their particularly soft and lustrous wool.

    Cosmopolitan and sophisticated are two words that aptly describe Oushak’s luxurious carpets. Although the Ghiordes knot and the quirky angular designs have a certain primitive air, regional rugs are exceptionally unique and attractive. Without compromising to appeal to Western consumers, weavers here managed to create one of the country’s most desirable carpet styles. The angular arabesques and ornamental medallions are not dissimilar from Persian motifs but are executed in a more rectilinear manner and woven in a unique palette that includes bold Mediterranean-influenced colors and chic pastels.

    The Oushak Rugs have become the rugs of choice for many of the top interior decorators in the world today. For the most part they are not high quality rugs but that is what makes them so special. Since the knot count is considerably lower than the antique rugs made in Persia – antique Turkish rugs were woven with larger scale patterns. These carpets are also extremely desirable because of their colors – which are usually much lighter and “happier” in feel than rugs from other regions. So if you are looking for an antique or vintage rug with a large scale design and soft colors, theses should top your list.

    Great condition! Professionally washed and cleaned. No stains, no odor. All sides and ends intact.

    1176220058

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  • Opulent Oushak – 1960s Vintage Turkish Rug – Tribal Carpet – 4’7″ x 8’2″ ft $2,299.99

    Size: 4’7″ x 8’2″ ft.

    Antique Oushak rugs have been woven in Western Turkey since the beginning of the Ottoman period. Historians attributed to them many of the great masterpieces of early Turkish carpet weaving from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries. However, less is known about what happened to production there in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. When things become clearer toward 1900, the Oushak region re-emerges as a major center, this time for room-size decorative rugs. Antique Turkish carpets such as these are desirable today as highly decorative pieces. They come in central medallion designs as well as patterns of smaller allover medallions or scattered sprays of vine scroll and palmettes. They are notable for the grand, monumental scale of the designs, often a subdued palette in soft apricot and golden saffron tones whose pleasing qualities are enhanced by their particularly soft and lustrous wool.

    (Description from Nazymial Antique Rugs – the purchase of this rug has no relation to Nazymial)

    Vintage condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Medium low pile. As shown in pictures.

    4835036 102842

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  • Marvelous Milas – 1890s Antique Turkish Rug – Tribal Oriental Carpet 3’9″ x 7’3″ ft $899.99

    Size: 3’9″ x 7’3″ ft.

    Milas rugs have been produced since the 19th century and are defined by wide borders and small fields. Milas rugs are finely woven and generally small in size. Probably the most commonly known style of Milas rugs are the small Milas prayer rugs, which commonly display the mihrab design. These prayer rugs may be the most well known Milas rugs, but Milas rugs are also made longer, as runner rugs with geometric shapes and floral patterns.

    In general, being Turkish rugs, Milas rugs are hand-woven with natural wool fibers and dyed with natural plant-based dyes. Each and every Milas rug is unique and is proudly made in the long-standing tradition of Milas people. There is simply no comparison between hand-woven Milas rugs and machine-made rugs, created with synthetic fibers.

    Even though Milas rugs have not been in existence as long as other examples of Turkish rugs, they are still made by families that have been making these rugs for generations. Young women and girls learn the art of weaving at an early age and continue to weave both as a hobby and in order to earn an income, which is easy to do because Milas rugs and Turkish rugs are world renowned for their beauty and quality. Many noted people have admired Turkish rugs, including Marco Polo. The Milas rugs live up to this tradition by displaying the vibrant colours and patterns that make them more than mere rugs and carpets; they are works of art.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains some color oxidation due to aging – as shown in pictures.

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  • Tremendous Turkish – 1920s Antique Oushak Rug – Traditional Tribal 4’7″ x 6’1″ ft $1,899.99

    Size: 4’7″ x 6’1″ ft.

    Made in the city of Oushak in Turkey, some 75 miles due south of Istanbul. The nearest rug weaving towns are Gordes and Kula. In the 16th and 17th Century, Oushak was the famous carpet center in Turkey.

    102839 4835066

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  • Tremendous Turkish – 1910s Antique Tribal Rug – Oriental Carpet – 4’11” x 8’9″ ft. $3,499.99

    Size: 4’11” x 8’9″ ft.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Low pile. As shown in pictures.

    6380089 COLIS

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  • Youthful Yastik – 1930s Antique Turkish Rug – Tribal Oriental Carpet – 1’8″ x 3’5″ ft. $599.99

    Size: 1’8″ x 3’5″ ft.

    Yastik is a traditional Anatolian pile pillow cover or a small rug used for praying.

    Anatolia has the historical name Asia Minor. It is the Asian part of Turkey occupying the peninsula between the Black Sea, the Mediterranean, and the Aegean.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Medium pile. As shown in pictures.

    4515071 101748

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  • Opulent Oushak – 1940s Vintage Turkish Rug – Tribal Runner – 2’5″ x 12’3″ ft. $1,399.99

    Size: 2’5″ x 12’3″ ft.

    Antique Oushak rugs have been woven in Western Turkey since the beginning of the Ottoman period. Historians attributed to them many of the great masterpieces of early Turkish carpet weaving from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries. However, less is known about what happened to production there in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. When things become clearer toward 1900, the Oushak region re-emerges as a major center, this time for room-size decorative rugs. Antique Turkish carpets such as these are desirable today as highly decorative pieces. They come in central medallion designs as well as patterns of smaller allover medallions or scattered sprays of vine scroll and palmettes. They are notable for the grand, monumental scale of the designs, often a subdued palette in soft apricot and golden saffron tones whose pleasing qualities are enhanced by their particularly soft and lustrous wool.

    (Description from Nazymial Antique Rugs – the purchase of this rug has no relation to Nazymial)

    Vintage condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Low pile. As shown in pictures.

    4823736 102675

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  • Miraculous Milas – 1920s Antique Tribal Rug – Nomadic Carpet – 3’3″ x 5’6″ ft. $669.99

    Size: 3’3″ x 5’6″ ft.

    Classical prayer rug design, with an orange/gold center, ivory inner border, dark blue outer border, and hints of lavender, and yellow.

    Milas carpets and rugs are Tu that bear characteristics proper to the district of Milas in southwestern Turkey.

     

    Great condition! Professionally washed and cleaned. All sides and ends are original. No stains, no holes.

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The Beauty of Turkish Rug: A Timeless Treasure

Turkish rugs have been prized for their exquisite craftsmanship and vibrant designs for centuries. Today, they remain one of the most popular types of rugs in the world and are highly sought-after by collectors and homeowners alike.

Turkish rugs are one of the world’s most popular and oldest types of rugs. They are known for their durability, intricate designs, and bright colors. So if you’re looking for a rug that will add a touch of elegance and luxury to your home, a Turkish carpet is a perfect choice.

The history of the Turkish Rug: From the Ottoman Empire to the modern home

A Turkish rug is more than just a piece of fabric; it is a work of art with a rich history. The craft of rug making is believed to date back to the 13th century, when the first Turkish rugs were made for the Seljuk Sultanate of Rum. Since then, rug making has flourished in Turkey, with skilled artisans creating traditional and modern designs.

Today, Turkish rugs are highly sought after by collectors and interior designers alike. While they may vary in size and pattern, all Turkish rugs are united by their exceptional craftsmanship and timeless beauty.

What are the reasons behind the popularity of a Turkish Rug?

There are many reasons behind the popularity of a Turkish Rug. One of the main reasons is that they are made of high-quality materials that can last for years. Turkish kilim rugs are usually made of wool or cotton, making them durable and long-lasting. In addition, the intricate designs and bright colors are what make them so special.

When it comes to choosing a rug for your home, you want something that is not only beautiful but also durable. A Turkish carpet is perfect for those who want a rug that will last for many years and add a touch of elegance and luxury to their home.

The designs of these Turkish kilim rugs are often geometric and feature bold colors and patterns. These rugs can be used as floor coverings, wall hangings, or tablecloths. Turkish rugs offer a great solution if you’re looking for a splash of color or a durable floor covering.

What is the price of a Turkish Rug?

A Turkish rug cost less than a  Persian rug. The price can vary depending on several factors, including the rug’s size, age, and condition. In general, larger rugs will be more expensive than smaller ones, and older rugs will be more expensive than newer ones. On average, a Turkish rug costs between two hundred and seventy-five dollars and four hundred and fifty dollars.

Rugs in good condition will also fetch a higher price than those damaged or worn. Other factors that can influence the price of a Turkish rug include the material it is made from and the intricacy of the design. For example, rugs made from silk or wool will be more expensive than those made from synthetic materials.

Traditional rugs with complex patterns may also be pricier than those with simpler designs. Ultimately, the best way to determine the price of a Turkish rug is to consult with a qualified appraiser.

Why are Turkish Rugs valuable and worth every penny?

Turkish rug makers have been perfecting their craft for centuries, and their skills are passed down from generation to generation. As a result, Turkish rugs are beautiful and extremely well-made. They will last for many years, and their value will only increase with time. If you’re looking for a rug that is both stylish and timeless, a Turkish rug is an excellent choice. Though they may be pricey, they are truly worth every penny.

Here’s a list of reasons why Turkish rugs are so valuable:

1. Turkish Rugs are made with high-quality materials

The materials used to make Turkish rugs are of the highest quality. The wool is extremely soft and durable, and the dyes used are long-lasting and beautiful. You can be sure that your Turkish rug will look great for many years to come.

2. Turkish Rugs are extremely well-made

As mentioned above, Turkish rug makers have been perfecting their craft for centuries. They know exactly what they’re doing, and it shows in the quality of their work. Every detail is carefully considered, and no detail is overlooked. You can be confident that your Turkish rug is well-made and will last for many years.

3. Turkish Rugs are unique and stylish

Turkish rugs are truly one-of-a-kind. Each one is different, and they are all extremely stylish. You’ll be able to find a Turkish rug that perfectly fits your personal style and that will be a conversation starter in your home.

4. Turkish Rugs are timeless

Though they may be trendy, Turkish rugs will never go out of style. They are timeless pieces that will always be in fashion. If you invest in a Turkish rug, you can be sure that it will be in style for many years to come.

5. Turkish Rugs are valuable

Turkish rugs are not only beautiful and well-made, but they are also valuable. They will increase in value over time, so if you invest in one now, you can be sure that it will be worth even more in the future. Turkish rugs are an excellent investment, and they are truly worth every penny. If you’re looking for a rug that is both stylish and valuable, a Turkish rug is a perfect choice.

Why Designers and Decorators Clamor For Turkish Rugs?

Decorators and designers love Turkish rugs for their rich history, craftsmanship, and versatility.

1. Turkish Rugs Have A Rich History

Turkish rugs have a rich history that dates back centuries. These rugs were first made in the Ottoman Empire, and they quickly became a symbol of wealth and power. Today, Turkish rugs are still highly prized for their historical significance.

2. Turkish Rugs Are Meticulously Handmade

Turkish rugs are meticulously handmade using only the finest materials. The wool is dyed using natural dyes, and the knots are tightly woven. As a result, Turkish rugs are extremely durable and can last for generations.

3. Turkish Rugs Come In Various Colors, Patterns, And Sizes

Turkish rugs come in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and sizes. This makes them easy to integrate into any design scheme. In addition, Turkish rugs can be used as both floor coverings and wall hangings.

Whether placed in a formal living room or used to add a pop of color to a child’s bedroom, Turkish rugs add beauty and elegance to any space. It is no wonder that these lovely rugs are so popular among design professionals.

Some Interesting facts about Turkish rugs

Turkish rugs have a long and rich history, dating back to the early days of the Ottoman Empire. Today, Turkish rugs are still revered for their beauty and craftsmanship. Here are some interesting facts about these iconic pieces of art:

  • Turkish rugs are usually made from wool, although silk and cotton rugs are also not uncommon.
  • The most common type of Turkish rug is the flat-woven kilim, characterized by its colorful geometric patterns.
  • Prayer rugs are a particularly popular type of Turkish rug, as they are often used in mosques or other places of worship.
  • Turkish rugs are often made using a special knotting technique known as the Gördük knot. This method creates a sturdy and tight weave that is resistant to wear and tear.
  • The traditional colors used in Turkish rugs are often quite striking, including bright reds, blues, and greens.
  • Turkish rugs often feature intricate patterns and designs, which can take months or even years to complete.
  • Today, Turkish rugs are still highly sought-after by collectors and interior design enthusiasts alike.
  • Finally, take a close look at the weave of the rug. Authentic Turkish rugs have a tight, dense weave, while fake rugs often have loose or uneven.
  • First, look at the overall design of the rug. Authentic rugs tend to have asymmetrical patterns, while fake rugs often have symmetrical or repeating patterns.Thanks to their stunning beauty and impeccable craftsmanship, Turkish rugs are truly works of art that are meant to be enjoyed for generations to come.How to identify the authenticity of a Turkish rug?Hand-woven with intricate patterns and rich colors, these rugs can add a touch of elegance to any home. But with so many counterfeit Turkish rugs on the market, how can you be sure you’re getting an authentic rug? Here are a few tips to help you spot a fake one:
    • Second, examine the color of the rug. Authentic rugs are usually made with natural dyes, which can fade over time. So if the rug’s colors are exceptionally bright or “off,” it’s likely a fake.
  • Considering these factors, you can help ensure you get a genuine Turkish rug.
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