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Wool Rug Easy-to-use Turkish rug Vintage Carpet Area New mail order Handmade

Wool Rug, Turkish rug, Vintage rug, Handmade rug, Area, Carpet |

$89

Wool Rug, Turkish rug, Vintage rug, Handmade rug, Area, Carpet |

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Item specifics

Condition:
Pre-owned:
An item that has been used or worn previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.
Seller Notes:
“This Turkish Rug was woven with a hand-loom in It is in very good condition.”
Size:
3,0 x 5,3 ft = 37 x 63, ınches = 94 x 162 cm
Shape:
Rectangle
Handmade:
Yes
Production Technique:
Knotted
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Turkey
Department:
Baby, Boys, Girls, Kids, Teenagers, Adults
Style:
Bohemian
Item Width:
37 in
Regional Design:
Anatolian
Weave:
Hand-Knotted
Material:
Wool,Cotton, 100% Wool
Pattern:
Geometric
Type:
Area Rug
Color:
Blue
Culture:
Turkish
Item Length:
63 in
Care Instructions:
Avoid Harsh Chemicals
Room:
Any Room, Basement, Bathroom, Bedroom, Conservatory, Dining Room, Foyer, Garage, Guestroom, Hallway
Brand:
Handmade
Original/Licensed Reproduction:
Original
Time Period Manufactured:
1970
Era:
Mid 20th Century (1941-1969)










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