Samarkand Khotan Rug
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Samarkand rugs, known also as Khotan carpets, were produced in the Eastern part of Turkestan in the city of Khotan. The people of Khotan were expert carpet weavers who produced high-quality antique rugs and, between the 17th Century and 19th century, their works achieved the peak of popularity. Traditionally produced using the asymmetric Persian knot, Big Samarkand rugs are famous for their great quality

This elegant Samarkand rug is everything a household could ever need. It was knotted by hand using high quality fibers, which resulted in not only a delightfully soft pile, but also astonishing durability. A rug like this one is bound to serve you and your family for the decades to come! The pattern, while undoubtedly inspired by antique Samarkands, has a nice modern twist to it that will surely be appreciated by both collectors and aficionados of fine carpets. All over geometrical design looks stunning in sepia-colored palette, giving the rug a little bit of a vintage feel.

Doris Leslie Blau’s grand collection of high quality contemporary rugs and antique carpets is everything one could ever wish for. If you ever find yourself looking for a rug, which will change your house, be sure to check out our website and discover the most beautiful pieces from all over the world.

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Item No.: N10772 Size: 9'9" × 13'10" (297 × 421 cm)
Color: Orange Style: Casual
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