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  • Beautiful Bergama – 1860s Antique Turkish Rug – Oriental Carpet – 3’5″ x 5’9″ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 2,999.99
    Size: 3’5″ x 5’9″ ft.

    The fine wool-on-wool Turkish rugs woven in Bergama used only the finest quality fleece. Kazak-influenced Bergama carpets are often identified by their distinctive red wefts. Their varied styles include compartmental medallions, directional prayer niches, Kuba-style Leshgi stars and Memling guls. The local carpet-weaving tradition in Bergama began before the 1300’s and continued through the 20th century.

    Historically, Bergama was one of Anatolia’s wealthiest cities and an influential carpet producer. The decorative elements featured in Turkish Bergama carpets undoubtedly inspired the Old Masters. Designs found in these historic carpets are inextricably associated with European painters, including Lotto, Memling, Bellini and Holbein, whose names have come to describe these iconic designs.

    Each Bergama carpet features a stunning array of traditional symbols that have a universal meaning that transcends national borders. The style, color and symbolism of these unique Turkish carpets make them popular design pieces. These colorful rugs embody years of superstition and culture that are carefully represented through the use of artistic devices. Superficially, Bergama carpets are highly decorative, but they are also made from fine materials and packed with powerful symbols that contribute tangible and intangible qualities to these sophisticated pieces. Although Bergama rugs feature tribal designs and decorative symbols that have rustic, ethnic sensibilities, they are equally suited for contemporary and classically modern interiors.

    Bergama rugs (alt. Bergamo carpets) are made in the historic town of Bergama in northwest Turkey. The style of these rugs is neither Greek nor Turkish but rather resembles Kazaks and Gendje rugs of the Caucasus. The large bold geometric patterns are highly varied. The palate is typically brick red, dark blue and white although older rugs have some green and yellow. The pile is luxurious, long and silky. These antique rugs have woven bands of red, blue or red-and-blue stripe at the ends and are often square with either formal or tribal influences.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains medium pile. As shown in pictures.
    Shipping: Via FedEx Ground – same day with indirect signature service. (If you do not want signature service, please notify us in advance).
    5840036 Vic-8-9

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  • Beautiful Bergama – 1880s Antique Turkish Rug – Tribal Carpet – 3’11” x 5’4″ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,599.99
    Size: 3’11” x 5’4″ ft.

    The fine wool-on-wool Turkish rugs woven in Bergama used only the finest quality fleece. Kazak-influenced Bergama carpets are often identified by their distinctive red wefts. Their varied styles include compartmental medallions, directional prayer niches, Kuba-style Leshgi stars and Memling guls. The local carpet-weaving tradition in Bergama began before the 1300’s and continued through the 20th century.

    Historically, Bergama was one of Anatolia’s wealthiest cities and an influential carpet producer. The decorative elements featured in Turkish Bergama carpets undoubtedly inspired the Old Masters. Designs found in these historic carpets are inextricably associated with European painters, including Lotto, Memling, Bellini and Holbein, whose names have come to describe these iconic designs.

    Each Bergama carpet features a stunning array of traditional symbols that have a universal meaning that transcends national borders. The style, color and symbolism of these unique Turkish carpets make them popular design pieces. These colorful rugs embody years of superstition and culture that are carefully represented through the use of artistic devices. Superficially, Bergama carpets are highly decorative, but they are also made from fine materials and packed with powerful symbols that contribute tangible and intangible qualities to these sophisticated pieces. Although Bergama rugs feature tribal designs and decorative symbols that have rustic, ethnic sensibilities, they are equally suited for contemporary and classically modern interiors.

    Bergama rugs (alt. Bergamo carpets) are made in the historic town of Bergama in northwest Turkey. The style of these rugs is neither Greek nor Turkish but rather resembles Kazaks and Gendje rugs of the Caucasus. The large bold geometric patterns are highly varied. The palate is typically brick red, dark blue and white although older rugs have some green and yellow. The pile is luxurious, long and silky. These antique rugs have woven bands of red, blue or red-and-blue stripe at the ends and are often square with either formal or tribal influences.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains medium low pile. As shown in pictures.
    Shipping: Via FedEx Ground – same day with indirect signature service. (If you do not want signature service, please notify us in advance).
    5835036 103351

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  • Beautiful Bergama – 1930s Antique Turkish Rug – Tribal Carpet – 3’1″ x 6’2″ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,399.99
    Size: 3’1″ x 6’2″ ft.

    The fine wool-on-wool Turkish rugs woven in Bergama used only the finest quality fleece. Kazak-influenced Bergama carpets are often identified by their distinctive red wefts. Their varied styles include compartmental medallions, directional prayer niches, Kuba-style Leshgi stars and Memling guls. The local carpet-weaving tradition in Bergama began before the 1300’s and continued through the 20th century.

    Historically, Bergama was one of Anatolia’s wealthiest cities and an influential carpet producer. The decorative elements featured in Turkish Bergama carpets undoubtedly inspired the Old Masters. Designs found in these historic carpets are inextricably associated with European painters, including Lotto, Memling, Bellini and Holbein, whose names have come to describe these iconic designs.

    Each Bergama carpet features a stunning array of traditional symbols that have a universal meaning that transcends national borders. The style, color and symbolism of these unique Turkish carpets make them popular design pieces. These colorful rugs embody years of superstition and culture that are carefully represented through the use of artistic devices. Superficially, Bergama carpets are highly decorative, but they are also made from fine materials and packed with powerful symbols that contribute tangible and intangible qualities to these sophisticated pieces. Although Bergama rugs feature tribal designs and decorative symbols that have rustic, ethnic sensibilities, they are equally suited for contemporary and classically modern interiors.

    Bergama rugs (alt. Bergamo carpets) are made in the historic town of Bergama in northwest Turkey. The style of these rugs is neither Greek nor Turkish but rather resembles Kazaks and Gendje rugs of the Caucasus. The large bold geometric patterns are highly varied. The palate is typically brick red, dark blue and white although older rugs have some green and yellow. The pile is luxurious, long and silky. These antique rugs have woven bands of red, blue or red-and-blue stripe at the ends and are often square with either formal or tribal influences.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains medium low pile. As shown in pictures.
    Shipping: Via FedEx Ground – same day with indirect signature service. (If you do not want signature service, please notify us in advance).
    5840036 100996

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  • Classic Caucasian – 1960s Antique Turkish Kars Rug – Tribal Carpet – 5′ x 7’2″ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 599.99

    Size: 5′ x 7’2″ ft.

    Turkish Kars wool rug, Caucassian Kazak design.

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

    6320014

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  • Handsome Hereke – 1940s Antique Turkish Rug – Silk with Gold Thread 3’8″ x 4’1″ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 3,599.99

    Size: 3’8″ x 4’1″ ft.

    Woven in the town of Hereke, in a factory established by the Sultan of Turkey and subsidized by him. The majority of these used traditional oriental designs instead of their own Turkish design. Master weavers were imported to weave and supervise the weaving. This accounts for the fact that many of these – perhaps half of the output – were in oriental designs. Many did employ the designs of the famous Turkish Ghiordes.

    Good condition! Professionally washed and cleaned. No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. As shown in pictures.

    62830071 101763

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  • Marvelous Milas – 1890s Antique Turkish Rug – Tribal Oriental Carpet 3’9″ x 7’3″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 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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  • Marvelous Monastir – 1850s Antique Turkish Rug – Tribal Carpet – 3’8″ x 5’2″ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 5,999.99
    Size: 3’8″ x 5’2″ ft. – contains red weft!
    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Medium low pile with some prior restoration. As shown in pictures.
    59140012 103353

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  • Marvelous Muted – 1950s Vintage Turkish Anatolian Oushak Rug – 4′ x 5’11” ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 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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  • Miraculous Milas – 1920s Antique Tribal Rug – Nomadic Carpet – 3’3″ x 5’6″ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 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.

    In stock

  • Opulent Oushak – 1910s Vintage Turkish Rug – Tribal Carpet – 4′ x 6’5″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 2,799.99

    Size: 6’10” x 9’6″ 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.

    4870036 103388

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  • Opulent Oushak – 1940s Vintage Turkish Rug – Tribal Carpet – 3’1″ x 6′ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,599.99

    Size: 3’1″ x 6′ 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.

    4833036 102706

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  • Opulent Oushak – 1960s Vintage Turkish Rug – Tribal Carpet – 4’6″ x 6’8″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,599.99

    Size: 4’6″ x 6’8″ 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.

    4835036 102840

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  • Terrific Turkish – 1900s Antique Kayseri Rug – Silk Oxidated Carpet – 3’10” x 5’7″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 2,399.99

    Size: 3’10” x 5’7″ ft.- 100% Silk foundation with silk pile and oxidated to perfection!

    The town of Kayseri, located in central Turkey, has a history of being one of the finest carpet making villages in the region. These carpets are often woven from wool with a cotton foundation. Kayseri is also famous for their silk carpets. The design is most often a floral pattern. Hand spun wool and natural dyes are used in the majority of Kayseri rugs.

    Fair condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Low pile with prior restoration and cuts at one end. As shown in pictures.

    7860036 103384

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  • Terrific Turkish – 1900s Antique Kayseri Rug – Silk Oxidated Carpet – 4’9″ x 7’1″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 2,499.99

    Size:  4’9″ x 7’1″ ft

    The town of Kayseri, located in central Turkey, has a history of being one of the finest carpet making villages in the region. These carpets are often woven from wool with a cotton foundation. Kayseri is also famous for their silk carpets. The design is most often a floral pattern. Hand spun wool and natural dyes are used in the majority of Kayseri rugs.

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

    7825036 103359

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  • Terrific Turkish – 1920s Antique Kayseri Rug – Prayer Design – 3’10” x 5’6″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 899.99

    Size: 3’10” x 5’6″ ft.

    The town of Kayseri, located in central Turkey, has a history of being one of the finest carpet making villages in the region. These carpets are often woven from wool with a cotton foundation. Kayseri is also famous for their silk carpets. The design is most often a floral pattern. Hand spun wool and natural dyes are used in the majority of Kayseri rugs.

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

    5627555 17-SHR05

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  • Terrific Turkish – 1920s Antique Kayseri Rug – Silk Oxidated Carpet 4’2″ x 6’2″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,999.99

    Size: 4’2″ x 6’2″ ft. – 100% Silk foundation with silk pile and oxidated to perfection!

    The town of Kayseri, located in central Turkey, has a history of being one of the finest carpet making villages in the region. These carpets are often woven from wool with a cotton foundation. Kayseri is also famous for their silk carpets. The design is most often a floral pattern. Hand spun wool and natural dyes are used in the majority of Kayseri rugs.

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

    7810036

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  • Terrific Turkish – 1940s Antique Kayseri Rug – Silk Prayer Design – 3′ x 6’10” ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,499.99

    Size: 3′ x 6’10” ft. – 100% Silk foundation with silk pile and oxidated to perfection!
    The town of Kayseri, located in central Turkey, has a history of being one of the finest carpet making villages in the region. These carpets are often woven from wool with a cotton foundation. Kayseri is also famous for their silk carpets. The design is most often a floral pattern. Hand spun wool and natural dyes are used in the majority of Kayseri rugs.
    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Low pile. As shown in pictures.
    7820036 103446

     

     

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  • Terrific Turkish – 1960s Antique Kayseri Rug – Silk Oxidated Carpet – 5′ x 7’5″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,499.99

    Size:  5′ x 7’5″ ft. – 100% Silk foundation with silk pile and oxidated to perfection!
    The town of Kayseri, located in central Turkey, has a history of being one of the finest carpet making villages in the region. These carpets are often woven from wool with a cotton foundation. Kayseri is also famous for their silk carpets. The design is most often a floral pattern. Hand spun wool and natural dyes are used in the majority of Kayseri rugs.
    “; font-size: large;”>Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Medium low pile. Contains a minor stain. As shown in pictures.
    7825036 103453

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  • Tranquil Turkish – 1960s Vintage Tribal Rug – Oriental Carpet – 3’4″ x 6’10” ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 899.99

    Size: 3’4″ x 6’10” 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.

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

    5718047

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  • Tremendous Tulu – Vintage Turkish Runner – Moroccan Style Rug – 3’9″ x 8’8″ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,299.99
    Size: 3’9″ x 8’8″ ft.
    Tulu rugs (pronounced “two-lou”) are wonderful thick shaggy silky modern/tribal rugs! They are hard to classify. They are not really “modern” rugs but they look very modern. In fact, this style of rug is thought to be the predecessor of all knotted pile rugs. But they are not really “tribal” rugs either although they also look very tribal. In any event, they are beautiful! We just picked up a nice batch from our friends in Konya, Turkey. The mohair used in these rugs is absolutely superb: silky and strong and radiant! Only the superior winter coats of the angora sheep are used for this production of rugs. And, these rugs can be custom ordered in any size to fit your home
    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Contains medium pile. As shown in pictures.
    Shipping: Via FedEx Ground – same day with indirect signature service. (If you do not want signature service, please notify us in advance).
    5840036

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  • Tremendous Turkish – 1900s Antique Tribal Rug – Oriental Carpet – 3’10” x 6′ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 399.99

    Size: 3’10” x 6′ ft.

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

    4506022 101005

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  • Tremendous Turkish – 1900s Antique Yagci Bedir Rug – Anatolian Carpet – 3’7″ x 5’6″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,500.00

    Size:  3’7″ x 5’6″ ft

    Yagci Bedir rugs are the creation of the feelings and thoughts of Turkish women for over hundreds of years. Each color in each thread has a special meaning. The colors and patterns used in <strong>Yagci Bedir rugs are not randomly chosen and this has been understood years later. These rugs have always been produced by the descendents of Yagci Bedir Nomads, and from them they have taken their name.

    When “Yagci Bedir” nomads migrated from “Mid Asia” to “Anatolia”, they lived a quiet life in the beginning. They were mostly making a living from owning herds and doing related jobs and not paying any taxes to the Ottoman Empire government. In 1860s, the Ottoman Empire Mayor of Bursa , demanded the Yagci Bedir nomads to change their life styles. This caused a lot of protests and rebellions against the Mayor Ahmet Vefik Pasha. After these incidents, the elders of the Nomads have given the nickname of “Cadir yirtan Pasha” to Ahmet Vefik Pasha. The nickname translates as “Tent Ripper Pasha” . Then, Yagci Bedir Nomads  changed their lifestyle from Tribes to settlers and started paying taxes in the form of woodwork used in the ship making or bows ( Keman Yayi – Violin bow ). Rumors have it that the Nomads paid their taxes as bows, which in Turkish is ( Yay – Bow ). They were also called “Yayci Bedir” which translates to “Bow maker Bedir” . Some others say that the Nomads got their name from the “Bedirli Tribes” who carried oil to the muslim prophet Mohammad’s army during the battle at “Bedir” Saudi Arabia.

    At the end, they come across as sensitive and romantic society of the high plateaus. They may not have put their feelings on paper, but the figures and motifs used in the rugs are not a result of some coincidence – instead they have deep meanings.

    “Yagci Bedir” rugs are made in “Yagci Bedir” villages in Sindirgi region, an area part of the Balikesir City, and are the most important rugs made in this district. “Yagci Bedir” villages are Karakaya, Egridere, Esmedere, Çakilli and Alakir. Karakaya village is often visited by tours from abroad. Also, the Izmir base of NATO schedules twice-yearly trips to Karakaya.

    “Yagci Bedir” rugs are grouped in two categories as “Sindirgi” and “Bergama” types. Both types use the same colors and are made in same sizes. “Sindirgi” type rugs, mostly have two “Mihrabs”. A “Mihrab” is the symbol of the unity between religions and is used as a balance factor. There are 7 borders around the “Mihrab” . Inside the borders. there are wings ( Eagle wings ) and also you can see a pair of scales. The meaning of the scales is “No matter how successful or powerful you are, be just”. Between the “Mihrab” and the borders are the guards called “Kocabas”. “Kocabas” is the trusty DOG of the Nomads. In front of the “Kocabas”, is the pasture that contains different plants. “Bergama” types of “Yagci Bedir” rugs, usually have a big round mid section, which is also called ” Belly “.

    All these <strong>handknotted wool rugs are made in various sizes from 100 % regional wool and are double knotted with ( GHIORDES – Turkish double Knots ). “Yagci Bedir ” rugs have between 8500 to 10000 knots per square meter, ( approximately 10 knots by square inches ). Some of the common sizes of “Yagci Bedir” rugs are “Minder”, “Yastik”, “Çeyrek”, “Seccade”, “Karyola”, and “Taban”.They can be also in different dimensions.

    The techniques in producing the dyes used in the making of “Yagci Bedir” rugs are still one of the best keeped Secrets ( Know-How ). The villagers say that they take the white from “Akdag” ( White mountain ) and the Blue from “Gokdag” ( Sky mountain ) of the region. The colors, been all natural, are obtained by using differents roots. Somes of the roots used in the color mixture are Redroot, Oregano, Poplar, Walnut, Onionskin, Pomegranate etc. Only the coloring experts artisans in the “Yagci Bedir” villages know the Mixture proportions. The color Blue is obtained by mixing “Indigo” with other roots.

    Blending the color blue with artificial colors creates other colors. This doesn’t mean that the rugs are dyed with artificial dyes. By mixing very small amounts of artificial dye with natural dyes, the paint does not wash away in the washing process of the rugs. Color mixing process has been passed down from one generation to the next within the tribe. To keep this secret in the tribe, the marriages are only performed within the tribe’s members.

    Good condition! Sides and ends original. Contains low pile. As shown in pictures.

    1530069 103350

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  • Tremendous Turkish – 1920s Antique Anatolian Rug – Tribal Carpet – 4’1″ x 6’3″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 999.99

    Size: 4’1″ x 6’3″ ft.

    The term Anatolian is generally applied to all Turkish rugs. After World War I, thousands of new rugs forsaking old Turkish designs were made in floral Persian designs. For these, the name Sparta and Anatolian was the general name.

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

    4525011

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  • Tremendous Turkish – 1920s Antique Oushak Rug – Traditional Tribal 4’7″ x 6’1″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 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 – 1920s Antique Tribal Rug – Oriental Carpet – 4’3″ x 6’8″ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 2,399.99

    Size: 4’3″ x 6’8″ ft.

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

    6360089 103391

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  • Tremendous Turkish – 1940s Antique Tribal Rug – Floral Carpet – 4′ x 6′ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,499.99

    Size: 4′ x 6′ ft.

    Fair condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Low pile with some worn areas – as shown in pictures.

    9635069

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  • Tremendous Turkish – 1960s Vintage Tribal Rug – Oriental Carpet – 4′ x 5’6″ ft.
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,499.99

    Size: 4′ x 5’6″ ft.

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

    7845011

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  • Tremendous Turkish – 1960s Yagci Bedir Rug – Tribal Sindirgi Carpet 3’6″ x 6′ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 699.99

    Size: 3’6″ x 6′ ft.

    “Yagci Bedir” rugs are made in “Yagci Bedir” villages in Sindirgi region, an area part of the Balikesir City, and are the most important rugs made in this district. “Yagci Bedir” villages are Karakaya, Egridere, Esmedere, Çakilli and Alakir. Karakaya village is often visited by tours from abroad. Also, the Izmir base of NATO schedules twice-yearly trips to Karakaya.

    “Yagci Bedir” rugs are grouped in two categories as “Sindirgi” and “Bergama” types. Both types use the same colors and are made in same sizes. “Sindirgi” type rugs, mostly have two “Mihrabs”. A “Mihrab” is the symbol of the unity between religions and is used as a balance factor. There are 7 borders around the “Mihrab” . Inside the borders. there are wings ( Eagle wings ) and also you can see a pair of scales. The meaning of the scales is “No matter how successful or powerful you are, be just”. Between the “Mihrab” and the borders are the guards called “Kocabas”. “Kocabas” is the trusty DOG of the Nomads. In front of the “Kocabas”, is the pasture that contains different plants. “Bergama” types of “Yagci Bedir” rugs, usually have a big round mid section, which is also called ” Belly “.

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

    7428063

    In stock

  • Tremendous Turkish – 1960s Yagci Bedir Rug – Tribal Sindirgi Carpet 4’1″ x 6’5″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,199.99

    Size: 4’1″ x 6’5″ ft

    “Yagci Bedir” rugs are made in “Yagci Bedir” villages in Sindirgi region, an area part of the Balikesir City, and are the most important rugs made in this district. “Yagci Bedir” villages are Karakaya, Egridere, Esmedere, Çakilli and Alakir. Karakaya village is often visited by tours from abroad. Also, the Izmir base of NATO schedules twice-yearly trips to Karakaya.

    “Yagci Bedir” rugs are grouped in two categories as “Sindirgi” and “Bergama” types. Both types use the same colors and are made in same sizes. “Sindirgi” type rugs, mostly have two “Mihrabs”. A “Mihrab” is the symbol of the unity between religions and is used as a balance factor. There are 7 borders around the “Mihrab” . Inside the borders. there are wings ( Eagle wings ) and also you can see a pair of scales. The meaning of the scales is “No matter how successful or powerful you are, be just”. Between the “Mihrab” and the borders are the guards called “Kocabas”. “Kocabas” is the trusty DOG of the Nomads. In front of the “Kocabas”, is the pasture that contains different plants. “Bergama” types of “Yagci Bedir” rugs, usually have a big round mid section, which is also called ” Belly “.

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

    7430063 RCH BWN CONS

    In stock

  • Vintage Canterbury – 5′ x 8′ ft.
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    $ 1,999.99

    Vintage Canterbury

    Size: 5′ x 8′ ft.

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

    4840099

    In stock

  • Vivid Vintage – Turkish Oushak Rug – Tribal Carpet – 3’8″ x 6’5″ ft
    Rated 0 out of 5
    $ 1,199.99

    Size: 3’8″ x 6’5″ ft.
    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Medium low pile. As shown in pictures.
    4530011 102844

    Out of stock

  • Youthful Yoruk – 1960s Vintage Turkish Carpet – Tribal Rug – 3’4″ x 5’8″ ft.
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    $ 499.99

    Size: 3’4″ x 5’8″ ft.

    Hand-knotted Turkish rug. This area rug is handmade by Turkish nomads from the Taurus mountains near Antalya. This is a quality handmade rug that has 100% natural materials. Unlike machine made rugs, manufacturing good quality handmade rugs requires special skills and is extremely time consuming.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. All sides and ends intact. Medium pile. As shown in pictures.

    101021 5210044

    In stock

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