12084 Vintage Turkish Karapinar Pile Rug 147x260cm (4.10 x 8.6½ft)

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A very out of the ordinary vintage Turkish hand-knotted wool pile rug from the Karapinar village which is within the Konya region of Turkey (Karapinar means "black spring"). Traditionally Rugs from the Konya region come in a wide range of designs, this piece is has a very pretty soft colour way and an intricate all over floral design, we love the fern plant patterns in the borders. This is an older piece and has a lovely vintage look and has a finer pile. This original vintage pile rug from Turkey measures approximately 147x260cm (4.10 x 8.6½ft) excluding tassels. Find out about Rug Motifs, Symbols & Meaning here.

Konya is the ancient capital of Seljuk Empire and is situated on the great trade route expanding from China to Constantinople and is famous for its Rugs and Kilims which make great, functional, and decorative interior floor coverings. Some of the oldest surviving examples of Anatolian Turkish Rugs are from this area and the designs are very diverse in that many villages used to weave and would have had their own unique patterns. 

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