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125 cm x 225 cm

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  • ID: X41C
  • Name: Turkmen 
  • Size: 125 cm W x 225 cm L
  • Woven: Hand-Knotted 
  • Age: Vintage
  • Origin: Persian
  • Pile: 100% Wool
  • Foundation: 100% Wool
  • Dying : Natural dyes
  • UNIQUE: Only 1 in stock
  • CERTIFIED GENUINE: Comes with Certificate of Authenticity

Turkmen rugs are handmade in north-western and eastern Iran and parts of Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Syria and other parts of the Caucasus. They are generally very soft and lush and very similar to one another, and very distinguishable from other Persian Rugs.The patterns are normally all over geometric details known as Guls or called “Lucky elephant's foot” repeated in straight lines on the filed, with most popular colour being rich burgundy.The dying method of the wool is used with the use of natural dyes extracted from vegetables, barko, flowers, roots and insects which has been the method for thousands of years. These handmade rugs are collectible examples of fine nomadic art which can enhance any décor.


    RUGS WOVEN BY NOMADS: Nomads move continuously and do not stay permanently in one geographic region.They weave handmade carpets on collapsible looms. Due to that fact there may be slight variations in weaving and the different shades of wool with sometimes uneven in shape giving it a real feeling of a genuine nomadic handicraft. The weaving is made from memory and it depends on each artisans momentary inspiration. The workmanship is of high quality from hand spun wool to preparing the natural dyes from organic plants and roots to dye the wool in different colors in preparation for weaving. Persian Handmade rugs have a timeless appeal which transcends the whims of fashion, and are one of the most sustainable and eco-friendly flooring options available. Each unique design represents the artistic vision and fine craftsmanship by the hand of the weaver.

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