Turkoman rugs feature rows and rows of gul motifs, an octagonal-shaped flower. Gul in Farsi means flower. Older Turkoman rugs have specific designs for each type of Tribe they came from. Modern Turkoman rugs show more variations. Weavers freely incorporate guls from any tribe into their own creations, without any restrictions.
This rug showcases large guls repeated throughout the rug in beautiful colors of beige, brown, blue, black, and red. Aged around 120-130 years old, this 7’4″ x 10’7″ Turkoman rug was handknotted at approx. 256 KPSI in approx. 334 days.
With its high pile of 1/2″-5/8″, this antique wool Persian piece of art will surely add warmth and texture to your space.
7’4″ x 10’7″
Aged (120-130 Years)
Beige, Black, Brown
Approx. 256 KPSI
Excellent & Washed (Like New)
High Pile 1/2″-5/8″
334 Days 3006 Hours
One-of-a-kind (Only 1 in stock)