and Turkish Kilims
we produce greatest carpets in Turkey with vegetable dyes and finest wool.
The oldest rug,
woven with symmetrical knots (Turkish knotting) was discovered in Siberia by a
Russian archaeologist in 1949. Due to the water which penetrated into the
tomb, Pazırık rug was frozen and miraculously preserved.
Turks who have the reputation of creating oldest rugs of the world they
have also honor to weave the finest silk carpets of the world. This fact is
mentioned in the "Book of Records"
Turkish Carpet Guide about Turkish Carpets
Carpets such as Pazirik Rug in
Hermitage, Seljuk Carpets found in Konya and Beysehir and displayed in the
museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts.
We also briefly mention the
Turkish carpets displayed in the world museums.
Ushak Carpets (Star Ushak, Medallion
Ushak); Gordes from where we have the
origin of Turkish double knot, Gordes knot are also be explained in detail. Of course, contemporary
Turkish carpets are also covered at the pages of
Turkish Carpets Guide. Hereke
Kumkapi Carpets have the place of honor at our web site. We also cover the major
and minor Carpet weaving centers all over Turkey. Our web site, Turkish Carpets
Guide gives you practical information on materials, carpet
and rug weaving centers, historical carpets,
tribal art , nomads in Turkey, designs and prices
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