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Yuruk rugs, more than any other type, exemplify the great nomadic tradition of Turkish carpet weaving (Yuruk means nomad in Turkish). Yuruks were produced in Eastern Anatolia, so at times they appear  ...
Yuruk rugs, more than any other type, exemplify the great nomadic tradition of Turkish carpet weaving (Yuruk means nomad in Turkish). Yuruks were produced in Eastern Anatolia, so at times they appear  ...
Yuruk rugs, more than any other type, exemplify the great nomadic tradition of Turkish carpet weaving (Yuruk means nomad in Turkish). Yuruks were produced in Eastern Anatolia, so at times they appear  ...
Yuruk rugs, more than any other type, exemplify the great nomadic tradition of Turkish carpet weaving (Yuruk means nomad in Turkish). Yuruks were produced in Eastern Anatolia, so at times they appear  ...
Yuruk rugs, more than any other type, exemplify the great nomadic tradition of Turkish carpet weaving (Yuruk means nomad in Turkish). Yuruks were produced in Eastern Anatolia, so at times they appear  ...
Yuruk rugs, more than any other type, exemplify the great nomadic tradition of Turkish carpet weaving (Yuruk means nomad in Turkish). Yuruks were produced in Eastern Anatolia, so at times they appear  ...
Yuruk rugs, more than any other type, exemplify the great nomadic tradition of Turkish carpet weaving (Yuruk means nomad in Turkish). Yuruks were produced in Eastern Anatolia, so at times they appear  ...
Yuruk rugs, more than any other type, exemplify the great nomadic tradition of Turkish carpet weaving (Yuruk means nomad in Turkish). Yuruks were produced in Eastern Anatolia, so at times they appear  ...
Yuruk rugs, more than any other type, exemplify the great nomadic tradition of Turkish carpet weaving (Yuruk means nomad in Turkish). Yuruks were produced in Eastern Anatolia, so at times they appear closely related to the rugs of the nearby Caucasus. But for the most part, Yuruk rugs derive from much earlier Turkish weavings from further west, like those of Bergama and Oushak. The antique Turkish Yuruk rug repertoire is abstract and geometric like the oldest Turkish rug. Rarely do they utilize floral elements, and even then only in the most stylized form. Later pieces tend to be are dark and purplish. Richer more varied color indicates a relatively early date in the nineteenth century. The one that i am offering here is an early Yuruk and amazingly, it has good amount pile in most area. It respect to its age, it does have an old repair, please, refer to te close ups. i did not find any bad dyes in this rug, measures 3' x 5'-4" and is offered at the very reasonable and affordable price of $1,399.00, which is an absolute bargain for a collectible piece.
price:  1250.00