Old Filikli Tulu Rug 3.9ftx11.4ft

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Old Filikli Tulu Rug 3.9ftx11.4ft

1,800.00

1940's Filikli Tulu from Central Anatolia, Turkey. Tulu rugs are characteristically long-piled and woven with large knots"Filikli" tulu rugs are made of the long, curly hair of Angora goats (mohair), so they are lustrous, silky and soft to the touch. 

Our products are hand woven, %100 Wool on Wool or Wool on Cotton unless otherwise specified (hemp, goat hair, camel hair)

All naturally dyed with roots and other plants.

Dimensions: 3.9ft x 11.4ft

Origin: Kayseri, Turkey

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*Info about Anatolian Turkish Kilim Rug*

The Kilim is a truly remarkable tradition maintained by women of Anatolia for hundreds of generations, dating back nine thousand years. Turkish mothers and daughters maintained this mysterious tradition for the last thousand years as Turkish tribes settled in Anatolia and intermingled with the local population. The oldest record of kilims comes from Catal Hoyuk Neolithic pottery circa 7000 BC, the oldest settlement ever to have been discovered. It is located south east of Konya in the middle of the Anatolian region. The excavations to date (only 3% of the town) not only found carbonized fabric but also fragments of kilims painted on the walls of the houses. The majority of them represent geometric and stylized forms that are similar or identical to other historical to contemporary designs.

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