Hand-knotted, 201 x 119 cm, wool on wool.
|Material:||Wool on wool|
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
Origin: Central Turkey
Dimensions: 201 x 119 cm
Very good wool, in perfect condition!
Turkish carpets, also called Anatolia carpets, come from Turkey. The oldest carpets found in Turkey date back to the 13th century and they were discovered in the town of Konya, which has been for years the production centre of carpets in Turkey. The carpets made in the 14th and 17th centuries are comparable to Persian carpets in every way.
Turkish carpets are greatly influences by the Greeks, who once dominated carpet production. These carpets, which are thicker, are made of wool, cotton or silk, and they are always knotted with a Turkish knot, also called a Ghiordes or turkbaff knot. The motifs that are usually seen are inspired from prayer corners with geometric patterns. No humans or animals are present as the Quran forbids it.
Sold with a certificate
Imported in the 80s.
Can be picked up on site.
|Member since:||January 5, 2015|
Good communication when I asked a question about the delivery.
Waited and waited for rug.Wouldnt answer my e.mails.Contacted Catawiki after 6weeks wait and they also said that they could not get them to answer.Catawiki in end,kindly gave me my money back.To our detriment this carpet was stolen
Artikel wie beschrieben, sehr gut verpackt, leider lange Lieferzeit!
carpet is was much better then poto very very good
Nice carpet, but delivery not as requested.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United Kingdom||$ 47.88|
|United States||$ 95.77|
|Rest of Europe||$ 47.88|
|Rest of the World||$ 95.77|
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