Old Turkish Ushak Carpet 6.5ftx9.6ft

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Old Turkish Ushak Carpet 6.5ftx9.6ft

2,800.00

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1950's Anatolian Ushak style Carpet from Maras, Mediterranean region, Turkey.

This unique carpet contains the Ottoman Turkic style at the highest level of quality. Made out of 100% Kirman(hand spun)wool and cotton. Dyed with vegetable root dyes. 

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: 6.5ft x 9.6ft

Origin: Maras, Turkey

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*Info about Anatolian Ushak Rugs

Historically Ushaks were classified as ‘Anatolian Rugs,’ Anatolian literally translating to ‘land of the rising sun.’ Today scholars know much more about Ushaks and are able to classify them as such. ‘Anatolian’ is used as a last resource when a more specific identification cannot be found; at which point ‘Anatolian’ refers to a carpet made in Turkey.

The level of international popularity attained by Uşak's carpets became such that the word "Ushak" is considered an English word of Turkic origin 

Ushak (Oushak) rugs are some of the finest Oriental Turkish Rugs, so much so that many of the masterpieces of the 15th and 16th centuries have been attributed to Ushak. The popular star and medallion carpets originated in Ushak.

Ushak rugs are known for the silky, luminous wool they work with. The dyes tend towards: cinnamons, terracotta tints, gold, blues, greens, ivory, saffron and grays.

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