Turkish Rug, Vintage Floral Shaded Blue Door Mat, Entryway Low Pile Handmade Rug

Turkish Rug, Vintage Floral Shaded Blue Door Mat, Entryway Low Pile Handmade Rug
Categories: Soups, Noodle
Brand: Etsy - Etsy (US)
Color: Blue
50 USD
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HAND-WOVEN, FREE SHIPPING Anatolian Village Rugs, Small Rugs, Oriental Rugs, Vintage Rugs, Anatolian Rugs, Oushak Rugs, Turkish Rugs, Blue Rugs, Red Rugs, Kitchen Rugs, Livingroom Rugs, Area Rugs, Oversize Rugs, Kilims, Carpets, Persian Rugs, Vegan Rugs, Bathroom Rugs, Bedroom Rugs, Please contact us for wholesale purchases. I’m sure you can get the products you want at the best prices. About Your orders have been washed by professional people & ready to use. Our products are hand-woven/knotted nearly 30-70 years in my shop. Rugs/Carpets/Kilims are ready to ship & all shipping is free. All Rugs Pet-Friendly. Size: 60x82 cm 2x2.7 ft 23.6x32.3 ınches Colors : Blue, Red, Melon,.. SHIPPING (in one business day.) Delivery: USA ➜ 2-5 Days to delivered EU ➜ 2-5 Days to delivered Other Countries ➜ 2-7 Days to delivered (Please contact me for the details of delivery.) Where are hand woven carpets used? ➜Dining room rugs ➜Living room rugs ➜Kitchen rugs ➜Bathroom rugs ➜Bedroom rugs ➜Sitting room rugs ➜Stairs rugs ➜Laundry rugs ➜Kids room rugs ➜Office rugs ➜Balcony rugs The most important features of Turkish hand-woven carpets are the comfort in the texture, the feeling of high comfort, the elegant reflections in your spaces with the touch of artistic lines, elegant & harmonious patterns, fine details & simple colors. Another properties of Turkish hand-woven rugs; It is the transfer of the weaver’s feelings to the rugs, & the motifs that they think will protect them or bring luck while using the rug they have woven. They convey this with motifs & colors. It is said that young girls used to weave their wishes into carpets & kilims. The earring motif, which expresses that the person who weaves the carpet wants to get married, is an important symbol that enables young girls to convey their wishes to their family elders. The chest also means the dowry chest of young girls. in addition, the hair tie motif clearly expresses the desire to marry. The amulet pattern is embroidered on the rugs to protect them from evil. Another rug motif used together with the same meaning is the eye bead. The evil eye motif, like the amulet pattern, touches the rugs with the thought that it will protect the place & its owner from the evil eye. in addition, the eye pattern is another pattern used in carpets & rugs to protect them from evil eyes with this point of view. The “plus” & “hook” motifs, which we frequently encounter in traditional carpets & kilims, are also embroidered with the same purpose. The eagle, one of the birds of prey, represents power & might when used as a rug motif. The nightingale & the dove are your luck; owl & crow are used in rugs as symbols of evil. There is a basic “abundance” motif, with the “hand on his waist” representing the woman & the “ram” representing the man, together with the “eye” symbol in the middle. The eye in this motif is thought to protect the family from evil. The motif called “Pıtrak” also symbolizes