Antique Turkish Oushak Rug 71739


Size: 7 ft x 9 ft 9 in (2.13 m x 2.97 m)
Origin: Turkish Rugs

Beautiful Antique Turkish Oushak Rug, Country of Origin: Turkey, Circa Date: 1920 – Bold designs and timeless sophistication are words often used to describe antique Turkish Oushak rugs and this ivory color antique rug from Turkey one is no exception. This classic antique decorative rug is over 100 years old and reflects the decadence and beauty of the last days of the Ottoman Empire. This room sized rug features a neutral background with vibrant accent colors of red tones, oranges, pinks, grays and slate blues forming the patterns. This contrast highlights the design and makes the details stand out.

This antique Turkish Oushak rug will make a soft but magnificent statement in any room’s interior design. It provides a sense of scale and classic design taste. It so versatile in look and feel that it can complement both traditional rooms as well as modern contemporary room designs while adding a soft sense of old world flare. The design features stylized larger scale flowers, leaves and more tribal motifs seen in beautiful Turkish rugs of the time period. This antique Turkish Oushak rug will be a conversation starter at any gathering. The iconic and decorative antique Oushak rugs are known for their softer use of contrasting decorative colors that add a sense of cheerfulness, calm and happiness to the room.

The area rugs from Oushak reflect a hand-knotted rug-making tradition that dates back many centuries and that exemplifies the history and struggles of a noble people. Oushak rug weavers are considered to be some of the more highly skilled in their craft. These weavers in Oushak produced antique rugs that will last for many decades, even under heavy use. The master dyers who produce the colors use techniques that have been handed down through time to produce bright colors that do not fade and that change very little with time. The truly Beautiful rugs, like this one, will only gain more character as they ages and offer more stories to add to its history.

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