Kilim XXXVII

Throw Pillow

Kilim XXXVII

Throw Pillow

16" W x 16" H
vintage
Turkey
$265 Sale

This vintage Turkish flat tapestry-woven kilim pillow originates from the tribal and nomadic cultures of Anatolia. Each region producing... READ MORE

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Provenance

vintage
Turkey

This vintage Turkish flat tapestry-woven kilim pillow originates from the tribal and nomadic cultures of Anatolia. Each region producing kilims employs its own distinctive patterns and colors in the design. The kilim weaving technique creates open slits in between color changes, producing clearly defined geometric shapes which are highly valued by collectors. Kilim rugs are traditionally used either as prayer rugs or purely for decoration. In recent years, these textiles have become an increasingly popular collector’s item around the world.

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This textile is finished with our flax linen backing and closed by an exposed zipper with a gold engraved pull. The cushion is stuffed with an oversized down insert.

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Please note that as unique, handmade art, no two pillows are ever exactly the same and color varies across monitors. Our website photos are a close representation of this pillow, but may not be identical to the one you receive.

Provenance

This vintage Turkish flat tapestry-woven kilim pillow originates from the tribal and nomadic cultures of Anatolia. Each region producing kilims employs its own distinctive patterns and colors in the design. The kilim weaving technique creates open slits in between color changes, producing clearly defined geometric shapes which are highly valued by collectors. Kilim rugs are traditionally used either as prayer rugs or purely for decoration. In recent years, these textiles have become an increasingly popular collector’s item around the world.