Antique Khotan Rug, Origin: East Turkestan, Circa: 1910's - Here is a truly beautiful little antique rug -- an antique Khotan rug that was originally hand made in the East Turkestan. Divided into four quadrants, this unique medallion carpet uses traditional guls, botehs, and reciprocating fretwork borders associated with tribal carpets produced by Kazakh tribes in the Caucasus and across the Eurasian Steppe. The Asian fretwork accents show Khotanese adaptations of preexisting styles. All in all, this is a truly charming antique Oriental rug. Boasting many of the characteristics and qualities of antique rugs most desired and sought after by experts and collectors the world over, this truly remarkable antique Khotan rug possesses a deep and enduring beauty. Sure to bring elegance, class, and sophistication into any home, this Khotan rug is a genuine work of art, the impeccable craftsmanship of which is a testament to the artisans responsible for its original composition.
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