Named after the town south of Istanbul where
they’ve been produced since the 15th century, Oushak rugs typically feature intricate geometric, floral, or vine motifs. Handcrafted from start to finish in a meticulous tradition honed generation after generation in India, ...
Migrating Turkish nomads of Oushak created fabulous tribal
designs. So that they could finish before the tribe moved on, they used few colors, simple designs, extra yarn, and large Turkish-style knots. Their colors were limited to a few earthy tones ...
Vintage hand-knotted wool Turkish Oushak rug featuring a
diamond center medallion on a red field with an allover pattern surrounded by a complementary floral border. The color palette consists of deep red, teal blue, gray, gold, beige, and brown.