This small vintage Turkish rug handwoven in wool offers a dynamic pattern with authentic Anatolian motifs in a spectrum of vegetable-dyed hues.
A playful stacked diamond pattern emerges in earthy plum, faded sage, and ecru hues on this handwoven vintage Moroccan wool rug.
This vintage flatweave rug from Turkey is washed and sun-faded through a process that reduces amber tonalities, revealing a unique pastel palette.
Adorned with diamond motifs and rosettes on an ochre ground, this vintage flatweave runner was handwoven by a masterweaver from the Berber Tribes of Middle Atlas Morocco.
Displaying a mint green and ivory palette, this minimalist, contemporary Middle Atlas Berber rug is hand spun from highland wool, pot dyed, and one-of-a-kind.
This vintage wool rug from Turkey is sun-faded and sheared, revealing faint traces of ornate traditional motifs through soft pigments.
This vintage flatweave runner rug from Turkey is washed and sun-faded through a process that reduces amber tonalities, revealing a unique pastel palette.
This vintage Turkish rug handwoven from wool offers a prayer rug pattern with authentic Anatolian motifs in a spectrum of vegetable-dyed hues.
Handwoven from wool, this vintage Turkish rug features an ornate design with a variety of traditional motifs and a central medallion.
Oxidation and time imbue this vintage Anatolian wool rug from 1940's Turkey with distinct character, as the traditional field takes on an almost abstract form.
Vintage Turkish kilim rugs from the early 20th century are finely handwoven in organic wool that's naturally dyed from local vegetation of nomadic communities in Turkey.
Hand-knotted in Turkey, this 1960's vintage wool rug is sun-faded and sheared, revealing intricate traces of ornate traditional motifs through warm pigments.
Drawing inspiration from nomadic weaving traditions, this Okara rug voices linear patterns in a sophisticated palette of neutral hues.
Embroidered on a traditional ground loom, a Moroccan artisan, working with natural & undyed wool, uses the ancient extra-weft weaving technique to handcraft geometric and linear patterns into this vintage Berber flatweave rug, creating a distinctive hi-low effect.
Dramatic in its purity of color and form, this vintage Berber rug was woven using handspun, pot dyed wool by nomadic artisans from Middle Atlas Morocco.
Featuring a checkerboard pattern in a warm earthen palette, this vintage Anatolian rug was spontaneously handwoven from natural, undyed wool by Turkish artisans.