11186 Vintage Turkish Koprubasi Kilim Rug 181x343cm (5.11 x 11.3ft)

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Fantastic authentic and unique old Turkish Koprubasi Kilim (Kelim) Rug from the Balikesir Marmara region of north west Turkey. Generally these Kelims are flatwoven in the flatweave Kilim technique with occasional cicim decorative embroidery (supplementary weft wrapping) of motifs and emblems. This hand-woven Kilim Rug from Turkey measures approximately 181x343cm (5.11 x 11.3ft) - this is an original semi-antique wool piece woven in flat slit-weave kilim technique - this one is a really stunning piece, top quality and the most gorgeous colours and design - you won't be disappointed with this rug! Learn more about Rug Motifs, Symbols & Meaning here.

Rugs and Kilims from this region are made by the descendants of the Turkoman Yoruks that settled in the outlying villages. Whilst Balikesir is an agricultural and industrial region of north west Turkey, it is also famous for its dairies and stock breeding.  It has large plantations of vegetables, wheat and sunflowers as well as grapes and melons. Its is renowned for its olive based products and also a tourist destination for mounting walking.

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