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Turkish Rugs

Turkish Adana Nomadic Rug woven in 1960's by Adana Nomads in the shouth of Turkey.

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    Turkish Adana Nomadic Rug woven in 1960's by Adana Nomads in the shouth of Turkey.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

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    Turkish Kayseri rugs originate from the town of “Kayseri” which is located in central Turkey. The Turkish rugs from this town are commonly either made out of a combination of cotton and wool or out of pure silk. Because Kayseri was located on the silk trading rout, many of the influences on the rugs’ designs and patterns come from Iran and other regions that Kayseri traded with. Carpet weaving has been a very important practice in Kayseri for centuries, a tradition that has been passed on through families to this day. Usually these Oriental rugs were woven by a group of women who would pool their skills together in order to handmake these masterpieces. These rugs were very popular among the Turkish middle and upper-class for the past several centuries and continue to be popular both in Turkey and internationally today. The wool rugs are usually made of hand-spun wool and were traditionally colored using natural carpet dyes.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

    Very nice Turkish Taspinar Rug top quality wool used and it is dyed in natural way. Lovely colors and tighly knotted.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

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    Vintage rug hand-woven in Antalya in 1950's. This tribal rug is in very good condition. Antalya is a lovely sunny city on the Mediterranean coast of southwestern Turkey.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

    Hand-knotted from soft, silky wool and featuring warm, luminous colors, this Turkish Sivas carpet runner is easy to integrate into modern or contemporary decor and for those with neutral or traditional preferences. Intensely outlined in red, the center medallion features geometric motifs and a delicate botanical pattern. The field is adorned with tribal symbols and complex abstract floral motifs enclosed by a series of classical reciprocating guard borders. With its masterful mix of the modern and historical, this semi-antique runner will add warmth into an intimate space. With its timeless style and refined colors, this modern Oushak runner brings quiet sophistication and soothing elegance to nearly any setting. Perfect for hallways, long entryways and foyers, living rooms, master baths and galley kitchens. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Turkey.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

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    Konya Karapınar Rug. Karapınar is a town halfway between Konya and Taurus pass to Aleppo, means ‘black spring’. It is here that the first encounter the dark Aleppo pines,and if the people of the area had valued this dark trees shading their springs more than they did, the town would have been named ‘Karacam’c(black pine tree). Karapınar has the best quality sheep wool and the dyes used all natural.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

    Bergama carpet, any of several types of village floor coverings handwoven in the vicinity of Bergama, western Turkey, or brought there for market from the interior of the country. Although most Bergama carpets date from the 19th and 20th centuries, rare examples survive from the 17th century. The bold patterns, usually in red, blue, and white, are highly varied. Several designs, showing rows of panels or central medallion designs, preserve the fashions of much earlier centuries. Large central diamond designs, for example, are derived from a wreath motif seen in Ottoman court prayer rugs of the 17th century. The format of Bergama carpets is usually more nearly square than in other Turkish types, and the few known prayer rugs tend to be unusually small. The red dye used in this area sometimes causes the pile to erode and look as if it had been cut in relief

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

    Classic Western Anatolian design that descends from 16th century Oushak carpets.

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    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

    Sivas rugs are appreciated as some of the most well-made and decorative of room-sized Turkish rugs. Often finely woven, Sivas carpets tend to be made within a classically-derived Persian idiom of medallion and all-over designs utilizing palmettes and vine-scrolls. Some Sivas rugs recreate the grandeur of early classical carpets. But their palette is generally soft, with emphasis on ivory ground tones and pastel coloration in the details. Consequently, Sivas rugs are superior decorative rugs for interiors that require a formal and elegant touch.

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    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

    Kirşehir rug, handwoven floor covering, usually in a prayer design and made in Kırşehir (Kirshehr), a town between Ankara and Kayseri in central Turkey. The typical Kırşehir prayer rug of the 19th century has an elaborately stepped arch above a prayer-niche design that might be fringed with tiny carnations in profile and contain a smaller, concentric niche similarly outlined but having a contrasting colour. The colour scheme is remarkably rich, with such hues as cherry red, yellow, violet, light blue, prominent greens, terra-cotta, and black-brown. Some of the later rugs show influence of the French Empire style, and the palette eventually degenerated from the use of unsubtle aniline dyes.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

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    This is a lovely hand knotted rug in central Anatolia. Lovely Torques color. Usak rugs are very popular in Turkey. The rug is naturally dyed and made with high quality wool.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

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    Hereke rugs represent the ultimate in finesse and delicacy within the Turkish rug production of the later nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Inspired by the court carpets of Safavid and Ottoman Turkey, the Hereke workshops maintained a gold standard of design and weaving technique, above all in their silk and wool rugs, which truly preserved the opulent splendor of the classical past. They are very decorative rugs suited well for today's design market.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

    Woven in Konya Isıklar. Isıklar is not a place, but rather a characterization of provenance for rugs of nomadic Kurdish tribes in the mountainous district south of Konya. These excellent pieces are called Konya Isklar.Isıklar Ladik or sometimes, Isıklar Nomad-Yahyalı ; the designation ‘Isıklar’ ( ‘ısık’ means ‘light’ ) may possiably explained by the nomadic existence of the weavers in the area and the light of their capm fires. The name also my indicate origination among fire-worshippers. The rugs are outstanding and representative, since this group seldom changes its distinctive design. Their crisp geometry and beautiful red have made them very desirable to buyers. The border which is most cases has a light back ground, shows a simplified interlace motif, which is used more commonly in Central Anatolia. As is usually the case when weaving workshops are located in close proximity to a large city or important industrial center, sooner or later outputof this particular design will cease

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

    Turkish rug handwoven in mid 1960's in the Konya region of Central Anatolia, Turkey.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

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    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 wool on cotton carpets. The design is most often a floral pattern. Hand spun wool and natural dyes are used in the majority of Kayseri rugs.

  • Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet by Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery

    Turkish Kilim Rug, Kilim Rug, Boho Rug, Bedside Kilim, Boho Kilim, Persian Rug, Vintage Rug, Anatolian Carpet

    Vintage small rug handwoven in 1960's in Konya, Turkey. This piece is in very good condition.

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