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2.7x11.3 Feet Free Shipping Colorful Hallway Kelim Ethnic Runner Geometric Rug Runner Handmade Runner Village Kelim Rug.Carpet Number:U736

2.7x11.3 Feet Free Shipping Colorful Hallway Kelim Ethnic Runner Geometric Rug Runner Handmade Runner Village Kelim Rug.Carpet Number:U736

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Type: Runner
  • Style: Rustic & primitive
  • Design: Geometric
  • Materials: wool, cotton
  • Favorited by: 3 people
  • Gift message available

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Ships from Turkey
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No returns or exchanges
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Description

It is %100 turkish handmade kilim.This is a vintage kilim.All colours are natural dyed.


Difference between Anatolian Kilims and Carpets

Kilim


A kilim is a pileless, hand-woven, flatwave, traditional rug. Different than the carpet, kilim is formed with flatweaving with two groups of woolen ropes; one group is vertically , and the other group is horizontally placed. The horizontal group of ropes (atki) are passed through the vertical group of ropes (cozgu). When this group of rope reaches to the end, it turns back on the same path. With this way of passing the group of rope on the same path over and over, motifs are formed with different group of ropes with different colors.

The kilim flatwave is the basic flatwave that it has a different function than the carpet weaving. Kilim is woven and used by nomadic Turkomans so it has a basic style. It is lighter than carpet and has limited materials when compared to carpet. However, they are still woven with ancient methods and they are precious since they are the only cultural and historical records of nomadic cultures.

Kilim is the basic weaving technique. Although jijim, zili and soumak are classified as kilim, they have different weaving techniques.


Carpet


There are two well-known methods of carpet weaving:

Double knot/Turkish knot/Gordes knot: It is the technique that has been used by Turkish people since the ancient times. Thus, it has been identified wth Turkish carpet weaving. It provides strenght and durability thanks to its firmer weave.



Size:2.7x11.3 feet 78x342 cm


Material:wool on cotton


Carpet Number:U736


Fast And Free Worldwide Shipment in 1-3 business days after the order and it may take an additional 3-5 days for delivery. All items are shipped by FEDEX,TNT and UPS.


Please note that light effect, monitor's brightness, contrast etc. may cause a slight color difference on items. I do not edit the colors of my pictures and strive to show my items as they appear in natural light. Colors may vary slightly depending on your computer's monitor settings.
It is %100 turkish handmade kilim.This is a vintage kilim.All colours are natural dyed.


Difference between Anatolian Kilims and Carpets

Kilim


A kilim is a pileless, hand-woven, flatwave, traditional rug. Different than the carpet, kilim is formed with flatweaving with two groups of woolen ropes; one group is vertically , and the other group is horizontally placed. The horizontal group of ropes (atki) are passed through the vertical group of ropes (cozgu). When this group of rope reaches to the end, it turns back on the same path. With this way of passing the group of rope on the same path over and over, motifs are formed with different group of ropes with different colors.

The kilim flatwave is the basic flatwave that it has a different function than the carpet weaving. Kilim is woven and used by nomadic Turkomans so it has a basic style. It is lighter than carpet and has limited materials when compared to carpet. However, they are still woven with ancient methods and they are precious since they are the only cultural and historical records of nomadic cultures.

Kilim is the basic weaving technique. Although jijim, zili and soumak are classified as kilim, they have different weaving techniques.


Carpet


There are two well-known methods of carpet weaving:

Double knot/Turkish knot/Gordes knot: It is the technique that has been used by Turkish people since the ancient times. Thus, it has been identified wth Turkish carpet weaving. It provides strenght and durability thanks to its firmer weave.



Size:2.7x11.3 feet 78x342 cm


Material:wool on cotton


Carpet Number:U736


Fast And Free Worldwide Shipment in 1-3 business days after the order and it may take an additional 3-5 days for delivery. All items are shipped by FEDEX,TNT and UPS.


Please note that light effect, monitor's brightness, contrast etc. may cause a slight color difference on items. I do not edit the colors of my pictures and strive to show my items as they appear in natural light. Colors may vary slightly depending on your computer's monitor settings.

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