Blue Traditional Turkish Rug
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    Turkish Oushak Rug Runner 2'6 x 11'8 - blues/ivory/taupe/oatmea

    $1,895.00  
    More Details Character, tradition, pattern and palette converge in this gorgeous hand woven vintage Turkish Oushak rug with soft colors. The rug is in good condition with a low pile that adds the patina so special in antique and vintage rugs.
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    Turkish Oushak Rug 6'9x 9' - blues/ivory/soft rose/taupe

    $3,395.00  
    More Details Character, tradition, pattern and palette converge in this gorgeous hand woven vintage Turkish Oushak rug with soft colors. Colors: blues/ivory/soft rose/taupe
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    Handmade Turkish Rug - 1'6" x 3'1" - rust/blue/gray/burgundy/multi

    $299.00  
    More Details Vintage Turkish hand-knotted wool rug with a traditional design in a muted color palette. Some age wear.
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    Turkish Beige Yastik Rug - 1'8 x 3'3 - beige/creams/taupe/blues

    $325.00  
    More Details This rug has an Abrash which is a natural change in color that occurs when different dyes are used in a batch of wool and gives uniqueness an extra beauty to the rug. Yastik's are small size rugs that are adaptions of traditional Turkish designs. Yastik's were traditionally used on the divans or sofa benches of Turkish living rooms. Hand-woven in Turkey, where rug weaving is a culture rather than a business. Colors: beige/creams/taupe/blues.
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    Turkish Soft Peach Yastik Rug - 1'7 x 3' - light gray-green/soft peach/ivory/blues/taupe

    $285.00  
    More Details Yastik's are small size rugs that are adaptions of traditional Turkish designs. Yastik's were traditionally used on the divans or sofa benches of Turkish living rooms. Hand-woven in Turkey, where rug weaving is a culture rather than a business. Colors: light gray-green/soft peach/ivory/blues/taupe.
  6. NAL

    1960s Turkish Oushak Rug - 3'6" x 5'11" - Nalbandian - red/blue/taupe/ivory

    $1,395.00  
    More Details 1960s Turkish Oushak rug handwoven of wool on a wool foundation with a medallion design. The Anatolian plateau is where the weaving of oriental carpets originated. Rich in tradition and pride, each of the villages of the area produced a certain design and colors that the neighbors rarely copied. These Antiques were largely illustrated in historical European painting. Their bold geometrical designs and soft colors made them favorites of interior designers.
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    1960s Turkish Oushak Rug - 6'4" x 10'5" - Nalbandian - ivory/olive/blue

    $3,895.00  
    More Details 1960s Turkish Oushak rug handwoven of wool on a wool foundation with an allover floral motif. The Anatolian plateau is where the weaving of oriental carpets originated. Rich in tradition and pride, each of the villages of the area produced a certain design and colors that the neighbors rarely copied. These Antiques were largely illustrated in historical European painting. Their bold geometrical designs and soft colors made them favorites of interior designers.
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    1960s Turkish Oushak Runner - 3'3" x11'2" - Nalbandian - red/ruby/orange/blue/ivory

    $2,495.00  
    More Details 1960s Turkish Oushak runner handwoven of wool with a pictorial design in orange, red, blue, and ivory. The Anatolian plateau is where the weaving of oriental carpets originated. Rich in tradition and pride, each of the villages of the area produced a certain design and colors that the neighbors rarely copied. These Antiques were largely illustrated in historical European painting. Their bold geometrical designs and soft colors made them favorites of interior designers.
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    1960s Turkish Oushak Runner - 3' x 11'7" - Nalbandian - maroon/pink/blue/black/ivory

    $2,395.00  
    More Details 1960s Vintage Turkish Oushak Runner. Handwoven with wool on wool foundation in the Oushak region of Western Turkey. The Anatolian plateau is where the weaving of oriental carpets originated. Rich in tradition and pride, each of the villages of the area produced a certain design and colors that the neighbors rarely copied. These Antiques were largely illustrated in historical European painting. Their bold geometrical designs and soft colors made them favorites of interior designers.