Old Anatolian Ezineh Rug 305cm x 100cm / 10′ x 3’3”


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Anatolian Ezineh rugs made by semi-nomadic tribes in a village called Ezineh, circa 50-60 years ago. This village is in the central Anatolian region of Turkey.
Their rugs are generally simple but beautiful geometric patterns. They are thick, pliable rugs being hand knotted from fine naturally dyed local wools. The colours sit well together and are usually deep rusty reds with blues, greens and gold elements.

Origin Turkey
Style Anatolian Ezineh
Pile Handspun Wool
Warp/Fringe Handspun Wool
Hand-Knot type Ghiordes / Turkish knot
Knot count 40/40 (160,000-200,000 knots per square meter)
Pile depth / Rug thickness 4mm/8mm

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