Vintage Turkish Hand-Knotted Rug | Manisa Cecim Kilim in Modern Rustic Tones 1960s
Introducing an exquisite piece of artistry steeped in the rich tradition of Turkish craftsmanship - the Vintage Mid-Century Cecim Kilim Rug. Handwoven by local women artisans from Turkey, this timeless masterpiece is a testament to the heritage of skillful weaving passed down through generations.
The allure of this kilim rug lies in its rare and captivating lozenges, also known as diamond patterns, which unveils a mosaic appearance achieved through the intricate cecim weaving technique. Unlike conventional Turkish flat-woven rugs, the cecim method imparts an embroidered aesthetic, setting this rug apart as a unique and distinguished creation.
Adorned with a splendid rustic palette, the earthy tones of khaki, taupe, cream, and blue coalesce to form a visually enchanting tapestry. Versatile in its sophistication, this rug seamlessly harmonizes with a spectrum of interior styles, from the warmth of rustic and farmhouse settings to the chic allure of Scandinavian, eclectic, vintage French, traditional, and boho-chic interiors.
Beyond its aesthetic charm, this vintage kilim rug transcends time with its enduring craftsmanship. Meticulously crafted with wool, it exudes durability, promising to grace your living space for generations. Despite its age, the rug effortlessly bridges the gap between past and present, effortlessly blending into modern and minimalistic interior designs.
As you lay eyes on this remarkable kilim rug, the faded colors whisper tales of nostalgia, while the muted tones create a tranquil ambiance in your living space. Embrace the timeless elegance and cultural richness woven into every thread of this Vintage Mid-Century Cecim Kilim Rug – an embodiment of tradition, artistry, and enduring sophistication.
Dimensions: 6' 9" W x 9' 8" L
Floor Heating Safe: Yes
Material: Wool on cotton
Origin: Manisa, Turkey
Primary Color: Modern rustic tones
Product Care: Vacuum clean gently or professional cleaning
Style: Tribal cecim style