New Hand-Knotted Antique Reproduction of an Egyptian Mamluk Carpet SOLD
Mamluk is the name given to the dynasty that ruled Egypt from 1250 AD to 1517 AD. Cairo was the city where the work shops of that era produced some of the most interesting Hand-woven Carpets! The Art collection's astonishing reproductions which are Hand-Knotted in Pakistan with imported wool from Afghanistan, gives the consumer the opportunity to experience opulence! These are grouped in Art collection's Ferahan Collection. 9'x 11'9"
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