- 5'2" x 8'3" (157cm x 251cm)
Turkey, Western Anatolia: Early 20th Century
Knotted pile: wool
A lovely old example of this well-known, so-called "Komurcu" type from Kula, one of the most prolific weaving centers of Western Turkey.
With tulips and carnations and a profusion of other stylized floral forms, these rugs are direct descendants of Ottoman Turkish weavings from the classical period.
- Condition & Remarks
Very well preserved, sturdy and clean
- Medium, Rugs & Carpets