|... guaranteeing meticulous design integrity;
overseeing the finest detail.
variety of style in today's colors
with our wide variety of styles; aubussons, needlepoints, sumack, muamak®,
boucle, turkish, hooked and more - you will find a peel design to meet today's
dynamic area rug market and coordinating furniture, in colors that complement
peel & company
|...he major importers and suppliers of natural stone
proudly serving the state of florida since 1990. our 2 acre stockyard, 6000 sqft
warehouse and showroom houses the finest selections of authentic turkish,
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|...ement of design, advances in technique, complex developments in symbolism and know-how in producing the most beautiful rugs.
anatolia forms the asian part of turkey, and today the designation "turkish rugs" is synonymous with "anatolian carpets." hereke, bursa, kayseri, konya, usak, gordes, bergama, and sivas are the most recognized rug centers but there are hundreds of rug-p...|
|...ally one to four) rows of weft. the warp in woven carpet is usually cotton and the weft is jute.
there are several styles of knotting, but the two main types of knot are the symmetrical (also called turkish or ghiordes) and asymmetrical (also called persian or senna). contemporary centres of knotted carpet production are: lahore and peshawar (pakistan), kashmir (india / pakistan), mirzapur, bhado...|
|...n a sandy desert floor and easily packed on a came or horse. kilim designs represent different tribes and regions. kurdish kilims are brighter, sometimes mixed with embroidery, and generally cheaper. turkish kilims feature mediterranean colors of gold orange and turquoise. iranian kilims are grounded in burgundy, rust, heavy blues and heavy greens.
most kilims are reversible, but rarer kilims hav...|
|...the savonnerie rug, aristocrat of rugs of the western world, was first produced in 1628. the savonnerie rug has a textured pile, knotted by hand in much the same manner as an oriental carpet, with a turkish knot. savonnerie rugs are usually baronial in size and are better suited to elaborate and formal rooms. named for a children's hospice in southern france, in the 17th c. students of pierre dupo...|
|...sia's, but since most turks are sunni muslims, they observe the koranic prohibition against the depiction of people and animals rather more strictly than their shiite neighbors. for this reason their turkish rug designs are based on geometric motifs, frequently of a prayer niche design. less rigid turkish rug designs also exist. for example, the turkish rugs from hereke, one of the finest carpet m...|
|...mik america, (established 1991) has been serving a strong and loyal cadre of active north american customers from its stateside headquarters in georgia. for years, ege seramik has been the number one turkish product exported to the north american continent. to learn more about ege seramik and view the entire product line, visit http://www.egeseramik.com or contact the firm directly at ege seramik ...|
|...america, (established 1991) has been serving a
strong and loyal cadre of active north american customers from its stateside
headquarters in georgia. for years, ege seramik has been the number one turkish
product exported to the north american continent. to learn more about ege
seramik and view the entire product line, visit http://www.egeseramik.com or
contact the firm directly at ege se...|
|.... don't be afraid to accessorize your bathroom with items that fit your style
and personality. for your paradise getaway, a bamboo bathmat can create a beachy
vibe that's also chic and modern and turkish towels can add texture and color.
even smaller items, such as jewelry stands, towel hooks and toilet paper
holders, can show off your unique aesthetic and make your escape truly your own.
|...Turkish city famous for its factories where the most elaborate silk rugs in the world are made. Though Hereke is in Turkey they use the Persian Senneh knot in rugs made there...|
|...The people of Kazakhstan and the Turkish style rugs of that region...|
A fine asymmetrical knot used in fine urban and complex tribal carpets.
Observers will notice that these rugs have a light and a dark side.
The symmetrical knot used in most tribal carpets it makes for a higher pile
heavy wearing style of rug. Chinese carved carpets also feature this knot.
|...A stepped-hook polygon motif named after the 15th century Flemish artist Hans Memling, who used rugs with this motif in many of his paintings.These guls are used in Caucasian, Turkish and northwest Persian rugs...|
|...A powerful Turkish dynasty that ruled most of extended Persia from 1290 to 1924. It was named for its founder Osman...|
|...The Turkish word for nomad. It is used to describe any nomad living in Turkey...|