Gray Chunky Loop Area Rug
This handmade 100% jute rug has a hearty texture that adds visual warmth to your home while being comfortable underfoot. Thick and durable, it will become a favorite part of your home décor.
Prayer Rug | The Met
Prayer RugOnly very few rugs of this particular type have survived. A central theme of palmettes, varying in scale, is carried on a thin graceful trellis from which spring feathery, leafy fronds and arched sprays of small floral rosettes
Seabreeze Teal Coral Area Rug
Navigate towards a fresh approach to your indoor or outdoor room with this lovely hand-turfed Seabreeze Teal and Ivory Coral design rug.
'Transylvanian' Carpet | The Met
Large numbers of western Anatolian carpets such as this one were imported into Europe during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. So many were donated as pious gifts to churches throughout Romania and Hungary that they came to be known as "Transylvanian" carpets
Christies 'Oriental Rugs & Carpets' 8 October in London | JOZAN
Christies next carpet specialist auction 'Oriental Rugs and Carpets' will take place 8 October 2013 in King Street London. The preview exhibition in King Street will be open for the public Friday 4 October to Monday 7 October.
The Oldest Known Carpet: The Pazyryk Carpet
The oldest known complete carpet is the Pazyryk Carpet from the 5th century. The carpet was produced in the 5th century BC by the nomadic Scythians in the Altai Mountains of Central Asia near Pazryk, Russia. The carpet has 225 knots per square inches with beautiful and sophisticated geometry and pictorial designs. Discovered by the…