Mamluk Oriental rugs are handwoven rugs that were originally made in Egypt during the Mamluk Dynasty (1250-1517). These rugs are highly regarded for their intricate geometric patterns and vibrant colors.
Mamluk rugs are typically made with a high-quality wool pile, which is known for its durability and ability to hold color well. The designs of these rugs often feature a central medallion surrounded by multiple borders and smaller geometric patterns, such as stars, squares, and diamonds. These designs are inspired by the Islamic art and architecture of the Mamluk era, which is characterized by intricate geometric designs and patterns.
Mamluk Oriental rugs are also known for their high knot density, which contributes to their durability and ability to withstand heavy foot traffic. They are often woven with a double weft, which adds to their thickness and weight.
|Actual Size||10' X 10' 2"|
|Style||Bohemian, Transitional, Arts & Crafts, Vintage|
|Country of Origin||Turkey|
|Tags||One Of A Kind|
|Colour Tags||Green, Red|