Flat weave rugs that are reverseable.
Any non-pile carpet, usually wool, in which the pattern is formed by the colored weft being wrapped around the warp. The word is used to describe the non-pile side of nomadic bags and saddles. Other uses include being used as a covering, curtain, or to cover the earthen floor within a tent.
Woolen flat weave rug from Turkey.
Form of flat-weaving associated principally with Anatolia. Knot-Persian: Type of pile knot made on two adjacent threads of the warp. Only one of the warp threads in encircled by the strand of wool, the other one merely being interlaced, so that the two ends of the strand reappear separately, the first between the two warp threads mentioned and the second between one of these and the following warp thread. This knot can be either level or sloping. The Persian method of knotting can be carried out equally well from left to right as the other way around; therefore, it is sometimes called the ‘two-handed knot'.
Ref: Rugs & Carpets. A form of flatweave that is a weft-faced plain weave associated principally with Anatolia.
A tapestry-like woven rug. It is a flat rug with no pile.
a flat woven carpet made by the nomadic and peasant populations of Anatolian Turkey
a flat-woven Oriental rug, made much like Navajo rugs, without pile
a flat woven rug or carpet without a pile
a hand woven piece that is made on a loom
A flatwoven tapestry-like rug.
A reversible, woven rug made in Iran, Turkey, and other Middle Eastern countries.
A flat weave pileless rug woven using the tapestry technique. Commonly decorated with geometric patterns and bright colors, these rugs are usually used in high traffic areas like kitchens and game rooms.
Weft-faced flat-weave. Also called gelim.
A reversible flatweave rug, similar to a dhurrie but more tightly woven. These most often are made of wool.
A rug with no pile. Design is created by the different colors of the weft strands as they are woven through the warp strands.
A tapestry-like hand woven area rug.
Usually reversible, this is a flat woven carpet or rug.
Flat woven rugs lacking a pile; also the flat woven fringe used to finish off the ends of a pile carpet.
A woven, pileless carpet that is finished off on the edges making it reversible. Usually made in India of wool.
A flat woven rug from the Mideast.
A flat woven rug-- usually reversible.
A flatwoven, two-sided rug for reversibility. These rugs are similar to a dhurrie but they are woven tighter. Most often, they are woven with wool.
A hand woven rug or covering made in Turkey, Kurdistan, Iran and western Turkestan.
Flatweave carpet woven on a loom.
Any pileless carpet in which the pattern is formed by the colored weft strings being wrapped around the warp. In Farsi the word is Gileem. The word is also used to describe the pileless side of nomadic bags and saddles.
A pileless smooth surfaced weaving in which pattern is formed by the wefts, which completely conceal the warps.
A Kilim (or Kelim) is a Turkish derivative from the Persian Gelim (Ú¯Ù„ÛŒÙ…) , meaning "to rough spread", is a flatwoven rug, originated from Iran. In Kurdish) it is called berr and in Turkey the term is used to designate the prayer rugs.