13x16 Antique Turkish Rug #3386

Regular price $11,700.00

This antique Turkish Sparta rug, woven in the 1930s, boasts a grand and rare size for an antique piece. With a lighter color story, it would beautifully enhance a spacious living room, family room, or bedroom, adding an airy and inviting atmosphere to the space.

The rug features intricate small-scale shrub motifs arranged linearly, lending a formal and easily styled appearance. Decorative spandrels and lattice art enhance its visual appeal, while the botanical theme continues in the border bands.

Handwoven with vegetable-dyed wool, the rug's pastel colors—ochre, lavender, pink mauve—rest on a warm wheat or sand ground. Depending on the angle you stand to view the rug and the way the nap of the wool is resting, the rug may appear a bit moodier or a bit lighter. Its sheen, resulting from the natural lanolin oils in the wool, also adds a shimmering effect.

The rug is very soft to the touch, with a low wool pile and some scattered wear earned through time, but remains in great condition for its age. Bring this gem into your home and let it infuse your space with elegance, character, and style. Check out the video for the rug in action and some more details and thank you for shopping small.

:: Please consider a rug pad for this old beauty, to keep it protected and wiggle free. Click below if you want to add one at BPR and we will custom cut it to size:

Extra Extra Large Rug Pad

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