Vintage Turkish Hand-Knotted Rug | Balikesir Black and White Geometric Kilim 1950s
We are thrilled to introduce our Mid-Century Semi-Antique Turkish Tribal Rug, a truly exceptional work of art that hails from the historical town of Balikesir, Turkey. This rug is not merely a decorative piece but an embodiment of cultural heritage and craftsmanship that will infuse your home decor with unparalleled personality and character.
Crafted in the heart of Anatolia, this exquisite bohemian rug showcases a captivating tapestry of intricate geometric motifs, thoughtfully juxtaposed against a sumptuous black canvas adorned with elegant white stripes. It is a reflection of the rich artistic traditions that have been nurtured and honed for generations in the Balikesir region of Turkey.
Every thread in this woolen masterpiece has been meticulously handwoven by skilled Anatolian women, who have preserved the time-honored techniques of rug weaving. The result is a rug that not only dazzles with its aesthetic appeal but also stands as a testament to the durability and longevity inherent in artisanal craftsmanship. The use of high-quality materials and natural dyes ensures that the rich, vibrant colors of this rug will remain lustrous for many years to come.
Measuring at a size of 5x7, this Turkish Yuruk Style Rug is perfectly suited for any space within your home or office. Its history and charm, deeply rooted in the cultural heritage of Anatolia, imbue it with a timeless quality that transcends mere fashion trends. This nomadic rug is not just a piece of decor but an enduring legacy that can grace your living room, bedroom, hallway, or entryway, offering timeless beauty and cultural significance for years to come. Embrace the allure of this Balikesir-born masterpiece and let its presence elevate your surroundings to new heights of sophistication and elegance.
Dimensions: 4' 9" W x 6' 8" L
Floor Heating Safe: Yes
Material: Wool on cotton
Origin: Balikesir, Turkey
Primary Color: Polychromatic
Product Care: Vacuum clean gently or professional cleaning
Style: Yuruk style