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In pristine condition, this vintage kilim rug from the early 20th century displays a series of authentic Anatolian motifs that act to distribute a spectrum of vibrant, naturally dyed hues - a one-of-a-kind Turkish heirloom rug for the modern home.
The rich palette of crimson and navy hues complements the powerful geometric aesthetic of this one-of-a-kind rug, creating a dramatic aesthetic and focal point for the interior.
Masterful craftsmanship and a strong tribal design quality make this antique Heriz rug a truly unique piece.
Handwoven in Turkey, this antique Mahal wool rug features an amalgam of influences, with the traditional Turkish design of a central motif inset with intricately rendered motifs, ornate corner accents and borer.
Hand-knotted from wool in Turkey, this antique Farahan rug features an espresso-hued ground heavily decorated with serrated leaves, palmettes, and angular branches in cream and goldenrod hues.
Handwoven in Russia, this antique Caucasian rug features bold medallions in a striking color palette.
Classical designs and muted colors are a hallmark of the antique Oushak rug.
Handwoven from wool by Turkish artisans, this one-of-a-kind antique Manastir prayer rug embodies the artful patterns and masterful artistry of Turkish weavers.
Abrashed blue borders flank the striated crimson ground of this antique Kuba wool runner, the soft hues creating an intriguing contrast with the saturated color.
The Bakhtiari tribe, nestled in the rugged Zagros mountains, are renowned for their richly toned carpets featuring precise, angular lines, like this one-of-a-kind handwoven composition.
Handwoven centuries ago by Turkish artisans, this one-of-a-kind heirloom-worthy antique prayer rug is mounted on linen and intended to be hung as a wall piece.
Handwoven from wool in Russia, this antique Kazak rug features stars of wisdom, symbolic representations of luck and spirituality, in an intriguing compartment-style format.