Anatolian Mid 19th Century Cal Pile Rug Good #17014

#17014 This rare rug made in a village in the Çal region used to serve as a sleeping rug and is thus a “yatak”. The very coarse weave on a cotton foundation, with many wefts inserted between the rows of knots, is typical of the provenance; the same technique is used in gabbehs. An example that compares well is found in Brüggemann & Böhmer. – Original finishes all around, good condition.
Age: Mid 19th Century
Condition: Very Good with no damage or repair except for minor area on selvedge left side.
Size: 7 ft X 5 ft 3 in 2.16 m X 1.58 m

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