11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug
11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug
11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug
11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug
11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug
11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug
11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug
11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug
11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug
11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug
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11'x7'6" Vintage Turkish Hand Knotted Wool Konya Rug

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A good quality Turkish Konya rug with lovely muted pastel colours. Naturally dyed, the rug has a wool foundation as well as wool pile.

The rug has a label stating that it was purchased for resale by OCM and that it was made in Konya. OCM traded in and also manufactured carpets in Konya as well as Hamadan between 1907 and 1986. Based on the label I believe that this was a rug purchased by the company in the 1970's.

In very good condition with little evidence of ware. Approximately 180 KPI

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In 1292, Marco Polo was the first to make mention of the Konya carpets in writing when he called them the most beautiful in the world. Konya carpets are named for the region in which they were made. Famed for their magnificent colours, they are the most sought after of the Turkish village rugs. They can be considered the Turkish equivalent of Caucasian Kazaks, no less sought after and far rarer.