Circa 1930's Classy Turkish pile rug from Western Anatolia.
We may divide Turkish rugs into two categories. One kind has mostly Turkish tribal&nomad motifs and signs, mostly has geometric designs and represents the ancient nomadic Turkish culture. The other kind of Turkish rugs are palace style rugs. They have more "oriental" softer&circular designs and patterns. Kayseri rugs, Hereke rugs, Ladik rugs and Burdur rugs are good examples of this style.
This "Burdur" rug we offer you is a typical example of the second kind of Turkish rugs we mentioned above. It has softer and circular patterns with a medallion at center. It has a classy and luxury look.
Wool on cotton,
condition of the rug is good for it's age but ofcourse it is not perfect like a brand new rug. Both side bindings of the rug are a little worn. We are selling it as it is.