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Turkmen Handmade Hand Knotted Genuine Persian Rug Wool Woven

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Stunning Vintage Turkmen Handmade Persian Rug  Hand Knotted Antique Tribal Area Carpet , Silky Touch Camel Wool
 

Rug no.: 180

Style: Turkmen 

Province: Golestan 

Made in: Persia

Foundation: Wool

Pile: Camel & Shiny Baby Lamb Wool (Silky Touch)

Colors: Shiny Red, Ivory, Orange , Greenish  (Refer to the Pictures) 

Size in cm: 315 x 215

Shape: Rectangle 

Age: 80-90 Years Old 

Condition: Excellent for its age

Kpsi:  Over 250 (knots per square inch) 

Woven: Hand Knotted 

Shipping & Handling:  Free Shipping Australia-wide - International Buyers please contact us for discussing different shipping methods and cost 

This overwhelming rug comes with a " Certificate of Authenticity"

Where is TURKMEN Tribe? 

The majority of the TURKMEN tribe of Persia lives in the north and northeast sections of Persia. 

Marco Polo said in the 13th century, "Here they make the most exquisite and beautiful rugs in the world." The TURKMEN tribe has hand loomed rugs for many centuries. 

The TURKMEN tribe lives in many sections of Persia.All TURKMEN rugs and carpets have geometric patterns. The repeated "Gul" motif is the main indication of TURKMEN rugs. 

Dark red is the dominant color in TURKMEN rugs and carpets. You rarely find blue backgrounds. 

Weavers in TURKMENISTAN use Turkish knots. You should check the back of the rug because the quality of the rug depends on the number of knots, which varies, but averages around 120 KPSI Up to 640 KPSI. 

. Until the 1910s in these rugs vegetable dyes and other natural dyes were used to produce the rich colors. Since then, synthetic dyes have also been used. They have little in common with the original Turkmen tribal rugs. 
Turkmen rugs are very distinctive dominated with dark reds and repeated blue or black and ivory ‘gul’ print motifs. The wool is soft and hard-wearing and the pile is cut thin. Due to their tribal nature the rugs tend to be small to mid-sized and unfortunately it is extremely difficult to find a large carpet made by the Turkmen. The KPSI count normally ranges between 20 and 120 but can be higher in the finest examples – which are typically older rugs. Turkmen produce the finest of all tribal rugs. 

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Stunning Vintage Turkmen Handmade Persian Rug  Hand Knotted Antique Tribal Area Carpet , Silky Touch Camel Wool
 

Rug no.: 180

Style: Turkmen 

Province: Golestan 

Made in: Persia

Foundation: Wool

Pile: Camel & Shiny Baby Lamb Wool (Silky Touch)

Colors: Shiny Red, Ivory, Orange , Greenish  (Refer to the Pictures) 

Size in cm: 315 x 215

Shape: Rectangle 

Age: 80-90 Years Old 

Condition: Excellent for its age

Kpsi:  Over 250 (knots per square inch) 

Woven: Hand Knotted 

Shipping & Handling:  Free Shipping Australia-wide - International Buyers please contact us for discussing different shipping methods and cost 

This overwhelming rug comes with a " Certificate of Authenticity"

Where is TURKMEN Tribe? 

The majority of the TURKMEN tribe of Persia lives in the north and northeast sections of Persia. 

Marco Polo said in the 13th century, "Here they make the most exquisite and beautiful rugs in the world." The TURKMEN tribe has hand loomed rugs for many centuries. 

The TURKMEN tribe lives in many sections of Persia.All TURKMEN rugs and carpets have geometric patterns. The repeated "Gul" motif is the main indication of TURKMEN rugs. 

Dark red is the dominant color in TURKMEN rugs and carpets. You rarely find blue backgrounds. 

Weavers in TURKMENISTAN use Turkish knots. You should check the back of the rug because the quality of the rug depends on the number of knots, which varies, but averages around 120 KPSI Up to 640 KPSI. 

. Until the 1910s in these rugs vegetable dyes and other natural dyes were used to produce the rich colors. Since then, synthetic dyes have also been used. They have little in common with the original Turkmen tribal rugs. 
Turkmen rugs are very distinctive dominated with dark reds and repeated blue or black and ivory ‘gul’ print motifs. The wool is soft and hard-wearing and the pile is cut thin. Due to their tribal nature the rugs tend to be small to mid-sized and unfortunately it is extremely difficult to find a large carpet made by the Turkmen. The KPSI count normally ranges between 20 and 120 but can be higher in the finest examples – which are typically older rugs. Turkmen produce the finest of all tribal rugs.