Angora Tulu Rug
- Dimensions, Origin, Age, Structure & Material
- 3'7" x 5'9" (108cm x 173cm)
Turkey, Central Anatolia: Early 20th Century
Knotted pile: cotton, angora
- Small, Shag
- A crazy, shaggy Turkish village rug, woven as a floor cover or blanket, to keep warm with the long, soft and shiny hair of the "angora' goat, a native species of Turkey. A great, older example of this type.
- Condition & Remarks
Minor losses at the ends. Otherwise very well preserved, sturdy and clean.