Turkish Prayer Kilim Rug 114cm x 68cm
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Hand woven from plant dyed sheeps wool by the Turkish nomadic Yoruk tribe. Embroidered wool on wool.
dimensions; 114cm x 68cm
Wool, Eastern Turkey
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This beautiful piece of art has been made by hand using old patchworks of Indian cotton saree materials. A generous layer of fabrics are quilted together to give the Kantha blanket its warming weight and durability. You will find as the fabrics on the outer layer start to deteriorate over years of use, the beautiful shades and colours of the fabrics underneath will hint through making it look even more astonishing as it ages. Length:196cm Width: 137cm Made in India 100% cotton Delicate cold wash. Please note, our kantha blankets are unique and there is only one of each ever made.£145.00
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Lovingly made from a handwoven vintage Turkish kilim.
Bringing the earthy colours of the middle east to you with natural plant dyed shades of black and purple.
With the addition of random tufts speckled with each tuft representing a wish.
This cushion will bring pleasure and joy to your living room and home.
You can also match this cushion with its rectangular version.
Kilim, a word of Turkish origin, denotes a pileless textile of many uses produced by one of several flatweaving techniques that have a common or closely related heritage and are practiced in the geographical area that includes parts of Turkey (Anatolia and Thrace), North Africa, the Balkans, the Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Asia and China.
Kilim weawing was (and still is) a strenuous and laborious work, so it's often seen like a writing, a story and a diary of the person who made it. For centuries, women have been weaving their pain, joy, messages and symbols into the rugs.