See photos, all the information I have is on the label.
1.70 x 0.96
My friend gave me these rugs that were sitting in a warehouse for years, we do not know any details of where they came from originally.
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Based on the images, this is:
An Eastern Anatolian Caucus tribal kilim circa 1930's. Hand-knotted from pure wool and colored with natural vegetable dyes, this mainly geometrical yellow design was inspired by the authentic Anatolian rugs. Showing ornamental motifs and forms specific to Turkish culture, this flat-woven wool rug is complemented with black fringeso on both ends.
A Kilim rug is a specific subset of flat weave or plain weave rugs. Flat weave rugs do not have piles and have a different feel compared to other rugs. Because they have no piles, they require less labor and materials to produce.
Anatolian rugs, also known as Turkish rugs, are produced in the current territory of the country Turkey today, mostly woven by either Kurdish or Turkish nomads.
The condition of this kilim is good condition.