1930s Antique Sarouk Turkish Hand Knotted Rug, 10’x12’3” , Wool
Origin : Turkish
Type: Area rug
Highlight Colors: red , light&dark blue ,green
Design : sarouk
Pile Material: 100% Wool
Condition : used,
Shape : rectangular
Age : 1900-1939
Pile Thickness: full Medium
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Turkish rug and history
Turkish or Anatolian rugs originated in the 13th century in the city of Konya. The Rugs made in the 16th, 17th century are somewhat comparable with Persian rugs. Turkish rugs are influenced by the Greeks. The thicker rugs made of wool, cotton, and silk are always tied with Turkish knot style. The most pattern has geometric motifs excluding human or animal subjects due to religious probations.