Small Tribal Earth Tone Color Antique Turkish Kula Rug, Weaving Country / Rug’s Origin: Turkey, Circa: End 19th Century – If you are looking for antique rugs that bestow a rich feeling of history then the early examples of the Turkish Kula rugs should be ranking high on your list. Revered for its stylized more tribal and angular rug designs, the village of Kula is a carpet producing gem tucked away in western Turkey.
The grand stepped lozenge composition features spectacular botanical decorations executed in a distinguished selection of earthy neutrals paired with delicate salmon accents and chestnut-colored undertones. These dramatic stylized designs have crisp contrasting outlines and intricate contours that capture the highly evolved weaving traditions that flourished across the Anatolian Peninsula.
The angular botanical decorations take over the subtly colored spandrels and outstanding Turkish borders. The elaborate frame contains a most magnificent pattern of reciprocating vine scrolls adorned with symbolic ladder or comb extensions and impeccably detailed floral sprays. This stunning antique Turkish Kula rug, created at the end of the 19th century, illustrates exactly why local village rugs are coveted by collectors.
This captivating antique Turkish Kula rug has a both a timeless and well as a shabby chic look, texture and feel. No matter where you end up using this spectacular area rug, it is sure to give the feeling as thought it has been there for generations. That is one of the marks of a great antique rug – its ability to fit in and feel plus look at home in almost any environment. The softer neutral colors of this specific tribal Kula rug make it even easier to place and position in your homes interior design as it is the kind of rug that will only enhance the surroundings and not compete with the other elements and colors in you room.