Kilims have been produced since ancient times. Kilim is a word of Turkish origin, denotes a pileless textile used to make rug by using one of several flatweaving techniques that have a common or closely related heritage and are practiced in the geographical area that includes parts of Turkey, North Africa, India, the Balkans, the Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Asia and also China.
The Kilim Weave represents an interesting and unique development in the craft of rug making. Kilims remain enormously popular even to the present day. The world of kilims is one with a long and complex history, the fruits of which are the wonderful antique rugs and kilims that have survived over the decades and the centuries, ready to be enjoyed in homes all over the world.
Most of our kilim rugs are reversible, which means flip the rug to any side as both sides are almost identical. Our Kilim rugs are hand-woven in India by skilled weavers using pure-wool and traditional methods tested and tried over many generations.
Material: Pure Wool
Origin: Hand-woven in India
Tip: We recommend the use of SlipStop rug grip to keeps your rug in place and also reduces the friction to protect your flooring and extends the life of your rug. Slipstop rug grip keeps rug in place over carpet and hard floors and makes vacuuming easy.
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