This handknotted is from Oushak region which has an old and famous carpet tradition and belongs to the pioneer cities of the real carpet.
Every turkish rug,through its patterns,resembles a collection of messages,beliefs and feelings.
They are declarations of dreams on which special expectations are enshirened.
Every rug represents a living history from the early ages to the present in which women have patiently and untiringly written their joys and dreams in amazing codes and magic letters for you to read.
As well as being one of the most indespensible interior decoration items,rugs have long been a precious gift item,migrating on ancient routs of conquest and trade,carrying their patterns from one place to another.
Anatolia,with its unfettered commitment to the craft of rug weaving still has innumerable looms in operation today and Turkish rugs have evolved into the pinnacle of this art form.The oldest rugs that have survived to today used the Turkish double knot system,regarded as the most efficient and durable technique.
Turkish Women's hands still weave rugs with the experience of thousands of years behind them and continue to provide the world with these beautiful pieces of art.
We hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoy bringing their beauty to you!
To maintain the condition and extend the life of your rug, vacuum regularly.
We advice the use of a pad to prevent the slipping and sliding.
An anti slip matting will stop your rug from slipping, making your home safer and it extends lifetime.
Colors may not appear as exactly as according to variations between the computer monitors,even we take pictures in the daylight.
It has been washed so it is ready to use.
For hard-to-remove stains professional care is recommended.
If you are not satisfied with your rug,we can find you the best replacement or facilitate a return 3 days time from receipt.
We guarantee this rug to be an authentic piece of art entirely handmade using premium quality materials produced with the respect of the environment and of the persons, without utilisation of the child labor.