New Hand-woven Turkish Antique Reproduction Tribal Rug 3'1"x 4'3" SOLD
Aptly referred to as "Key Hole" design, this new hand-woven Turkish 18th century reproduction is as close to the original as it can get minus the hefty price! Thirty-three Keyhole rugs have been recorded depicted in European paintings from the end of the fifteenth century to the beginning of the seventeenth. This suggests that, although very few have survived, these rugs were imported into western Europe in substantial numbers and greatly admired. The surviving rugs of this design represent a tradition stretching back over many centuries, and should be judged as being among the greatest examples of Anatolian tribal art. 3'1"x 4'3"
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