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  • Amazing Afghan - Super Kazak Rug - Tribal Jajim Carpet - 2'9" x 4'5" ft.
    $ 899.99

    Size: 3’3″ x 4’10” ft.

    Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara weavers in a cottage industry setting using handspun wool on upright looms. The word, ‘Kazak’ means ‘rough-rider’ and describes a race of restless, roaming, troublesome people. Even though they adopted more sedentary lives, the independent spirit of their ancestors continues in their rug designs. Kebabian’s only imports the finest Afghan Kazakhs, which not only look awesome, but are made using quality wool and dyes.

    Brand new! As shown in pictures.

    1524088 102819

    In stock

  • Amazing Afghan - Super Kazak Rug - Tribal Jajim Carpet - 3'3" x 4'10" ft.
    $ 1,199.99

    Size: 3’3″ x 4’10” ft.

    Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara weavers in a cottage industry setting using handspun wool on upright looms. The word, ‘Kazak’ means ‘rough-rider’ and describes a race of restless, roaming, troublesome people. Even though they adopted more sedentary lives, the independent spirit of their ancestors continues in their rug designs. Kebabian’s only imports the finest Afghan Kazakhs, which not only look awesome, but are made using quality wool and dyes.

    Brand new! As shown in pictures.

    1524088 102819

    In stock

  • Amazing Afghan - Vintage Khotan Design - Traditional Oriental Rug - 3' x 3'5" ft.
    $ 499.00

    Size: 3′ x 3’5″ ft.

    Khotan, an ancient Buddhist kingdom, was located on a branch of the famous Silk Road in Eastern Turkestan, in what is modern-day Xinjiang, China. Carpets from this region, though made in the cities of Kashgar and Yarkand as well as Khotan, are often called Samarkand rugs, after the name of the Uzbek city on the Silk Road that served as a major commercial hub for the sale and export of textiles.

    The tradition of rug weaving in this region goes back to around the 3rd century, although most of the surviving examples date from the 19th and 20th centuries. Local weavers would traditionally employ both horizontal and vertical looms and use wool, a wool and cotton blend, or silk. Natural dyes made from onion skins, madder roots and walnut shells were all employed.

    Rugs tend to be long and narrow, with repeating, geometric patterning. The most common designs found are the Khotan vase, with a dominant theme of horizontal vases and large flowers such as peonies demonstrating Chinese influences. Also frequently seen is the Yarkand pomegranate, sitting on branches in a vase, symbolizing fertility.

    5230099

    In stock

  • Amazing Agra - Vintage Oriental Rug - Floral Carpet - 3' x 5' ft.
    $ 299.99

    Size: 3′ x 5′ ft.

    Deep navy background with red border!

    The Agra rugs use the Persian or asymmetrical knot, with foundations and pile of wool, cotton and silk. Weaving tends to be extremely dense, with up to 2000 knots per square inch in some very fine silk carpets. Agra Rugs show the influence of their Persian stylistic heritage, but a vitality in design and color sets them apart from Persian styles.

    Agra rugs use a soft color palette. The field is often yellow, saffron, beige or light green, although deep reds are also used. Motifs are woven in a variety of colors.

    Brand new! As shown in pictures.

    62543

    In stock

  • Amazing Anatolian - 1900s Antique Turkish Rug - Tribal Carpet - 3'2" x 5'1" ft
    $ 599.99

    Size: 3’2″ x 5’1″ ft.
    Fair condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Low pile with some worn areas. As shown in pictures.
    4515022

    In stock

  • Amazing Anatolian - 1900s Antique Turkish Rug - Tribal Carpet - 3'3" x 5'1" ft
    $ 799.99

    Size: 3’3″ x 5’1″ ft.

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

    4520022

    In stock

  • Amazing Anatolian - 1900s Antique Turkish Rug - Tribal Carpet - 3'9" x 4'10" ft
    $ 599.99

    Size: 3’9″ x 4’10” ft.
    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 Persian – 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.
    Fair condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Low pile with worn ends. As shown in pictures.
    4515022  103851

    In stock

  • Amazing Anatolian - 1930s Antique Turkish Rug - Tribal Carpet - 3' x 5' ft
    $ 699.99

    Size: 3′ x 5′ ft.

    Marvelous medallion with a detailed 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 Persian – 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.

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

    4510022 101176

    In stock

  • Amazing Anatolian - 1940s Antique Turkish Rug - Tribal Kilim - 3'6" x 5'4" ft
    $ 599.99

    Size:  3’6″ x 5’4″ 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.

    Good condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Flatweave. Contains sun-faded surface. As shown in pictures.

    1215098 103033

    In stock

  • Amazing Ardebil - 1940s Antique Persian Rug - Tribal Carpet - 3'10" x 5'2" ft
    $ 599.99

    Size: 3’10” x 5’2″ ft.

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

    4510022 102517

    In stock

  • Amazing Ardebil - 1960s Vintage Persian Rug - Tribal Carpet - 3' x 4'5" ft
    $ 599.99

    Size: 3′ x 4’5″ ft.

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

    4520078

    In stock

  • Amazing Armenian - 1860s Antique Karabagh Rug - Caucasian Prayer - 2'5" x 4'2" ft.
    $ 1,999.99

    Size: 2’5″ x 4’2″ ft. – Dated 1310 Hejri Calendar!

    Made in the southern part of what used to be Caucasia, now the Russian States of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Nakichevan. These are the Kazaks are the best of thick rugs that came from Caucasia. Karabaghs have been called the floral Kazaks. Many of these are not as heavy as the Kazaks. Some of them used stylized flowers (very angular) in large clusters. All forms are stiff and conventional. Since these are very close to Kazaks, the rule is that when a rug, very much Kazak in quality and color, has some floral forms, call it a Karabagh. Some of these also come with stylized animals. The wool and general appearance is that of a Kazak. A large pear design is often used.

    Fair condition! No stains, no odor. Sides and ends original. Low pile. Contains worn areas throughout the rug – as shown in pictures.

    5615087

    In stock


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