Kilim rugs

Kilims rugs are made by firmly intertwining the twist and weft strands of the weave to create a level surface with no heap or pile. Kilim weaves are embroidered artwork weaves, actually weft-confronted plain weaves, that is, the level weft strands are pulled firmly descending with the goal that they conceal the vertical twists. 

Qashquai Kilim (205156)
HANDMADE RUG - very unusual kilim with piled rugs woven ontop of rug
 £122.85 
Persian Shiraz Kilim (206928)
HANDMADE RUG - A Shiraz Rug is a type of Persian rug made in the villages around the city of Shiraz, a city in the south west region of Persia, sited practically upon the old Persian Persepolis. The designs tend to come from settled tribal weavers so they mimic Qashqai, Khamseh, Afshar, Abadeh and Luri designs. Since the weavers are using fixed looms the rugs tend to be larger and often coarser than their tribal counterparts. Shiraz utilizes the Persian (asymmetrical) knot. The average knot count is around 120 KPSI. Shiraz rugs are not usually made in a large factory, with the majority of them being woven by home weavers and are woven on a cotton or wool foundation with a woollen pile. These nomadic rugs are almost always geometrical in style. Patterns tend to be small medallions or geometric figures scattered across the rugs. Strong reds and brown are the most typical colour of Shiraz rugs, they are extremely hard wearing and compliment wooden floors well. FREE DELIVERY ON THIS RUG within UK mainland.
 £189.80 
Turkish Kilim (186273)
HANDMADE RUG - Beautiful decorative Turkish Anatolian Rug, has a wonderful delicately woven allover floral motif in full colour detail. The rug has a superb tonality with rich shades and boarder. Considering the rugs antique nature the rug but for some points of wear and resoration on the fringes it is in brilliant condition and would suit those looking a collectors piece or a taste for tradiutional decor. Authentic rare and beautiful rug. 100% Wool pile handwoven on a cotton foundation and coloured with natural dyes. This rug is 100% wool handmade in rich natural dye. The warmth look, soft underfoot and velvety feel will make this a must have to any one. This rug as with all our rugs are a class above what you will find anywhere online. We pride ourselves on providing a unique experience of owning an authentic piece of eastern culture.
 £110.50 
Kilim Sumak (215185)
HANDMADE RUG - Embroidered piece, very fine, and flat weaving rug.
 £304.85 
Persian Kilim (20mm498)
HANDMADE RUG - Kilim, a word of Turkish origin, denotes a pile-less textile of many uses produced by one of several flat weaving techniques that have a common or closely related heritage. Pile-less floor covering hand woven by tapestry techniques in Anatolia, the Balkan.
 £250.25 
Turkish Kilim (185056)
HANDMADE RUG - This is a charming Turkis Kilim piece. Beautiful pictorial weave depicting tribal way of life. The rug is very pleasant indeed. The wealth of colour gives the rug versatility when suiting a particular colour scheme. The rugs can also make fantastic decorative wall art yet would also look great in a childs play or bedroom. Beautifully handmade in 100% wool using all natural dyes. Kilims can be purely decorative or can function as floor covering. The village life pattern, dramatic design makes it extremely valuable and this surely is a nice looking rugs in temrs of quality, design and value for money.It has a nomadic look, excellent visibility and is a gorgeous carpet/rug. It has a very welcoming look, warm underfoot and velvety feel to it. This rug as with all our rugs are a class above what you will find anywhere online. We pride ourselves on providing a unique experience of owning an authentic piece of eastern culture. FREE DELIVERY IN UK (Mainland).
 £204.75 
Turkish Kilim (185037)
HANDMADE RUG - Beautiful decorative Turkish Anatolian Rug, has a wonderful delicately woven allover floral motif in full colour detail. The rug has a superb tonality with rich shades and boarder. Considering the rugs antique nature the rug but for some points of wear and resoration on the fringes it is in brilliant condition and would suit those looking a collectors piece or a taste for tradiutional decor. Authentic rare and beautiful rug. 100% Wool pile handwoven on a cotton foundation and coloured with natural dyes. This rug is 100% wool handmade in rich natural dye. The warmth look, soft underfoot and velvety feel will make this a must have to any one. This rug as with all our rugs are a class above what you will find anywhere online. We pride ourselves on providing a unique experience of owning an authentic piece of eastern culture.
 £110.50 
Persian Shiraz Kilim (202006)
HANDMADE RUG - Kilim, a word of Turkish origin, denotes a pile-less textile of many uses produced by one of several flat weaving techniques that have a common or closely related heritage. Pile-less floor covering hand woven by tapestry techniques in Anatolia, the Balkan.100% wool handmade piece, charming design.
 £323.05 
Persian Shiraz Kilim (20mm486)
HANDMADE RUG - A Shiraz Rug is a type of Persian rug made in the villages around the city of Shiraz, a city in the south west region of Persia, sited practically upon the old Persian Persepolis. The designs tend to come from settled tribal weavers so they mimic Qashqai, Khamseh, Afshar, Abadeh and Luri designs. Since the weavers are using fixed looms the rugs tend to be larger and often coarser than their tribal counterparts. Shiraz utilizes the Persian (asymmetrical) knot. The average knot count is around 120 KPSI. Shiraz rugs are not usually made in a large factory, with the majority of them being woven by home weavers and are woven on a cotton or wool foundation with a woollen pile. These nomadic rugs are almost always geometrical in style. Patterns tend to be small medallions or geometric figures scattered across the rugs. Strong reds and brown are the most typical colour of Shiraz rugs, they are extremely hard wearing and compliment wooden floors well. FREE DELIVERY ON THIS RUG within UK mainland.
 £386.75 
Persian Shiraz Kilim Sumak (202300)
HANDMADE RUG - beautiful design with geometric motifs in the field with nice diamond linked borders.
 £386.75 
Persian Kilim (203790)
HANDMADE RUG - Kilim, a word of Turkish origin, denotes a pile-less textile of many uses produced by one of several flat weaving techniques that have a common or closely related heritage. Pile-less floor covering hand woven by tapestry techniques in Anatolia, the Balkan.
 £90.09 
Persian Shiraz Kilim (202299)
HANDMADE RUG - A beautifully designed shiraz kilim, geometrical patterned with diamond shaped borders, this rug is pile-less 100% wool handmade piece, charming design.
 £234.78 
Persian Shiraz Kilim (20zy8703)
HANDMADE RUG - A colorful Shiraz kilim with no pile, 100% wool handmade piece, charming design.
 £268.45 
Persian Shiraz Kilim (205034)
HANDMADE RUG - Kilim, a word of Turkish origin, denotes a pile-less textile of many uses produced by one of several flat weaving techniques that have a common or closely related heritage. Pile-less floor covering hand woven by tapestry techniques in Anatolia, the Balkan.
 £177.45 
Old Baluch Kilim (236897)
HANDMADE RUG - Kilim, a word of Turkish origin, denotes a pile-less textile of many uses produced by one of several flat weaving techniques that have a common or closely related heritage. Pile-less floor covering hand woven by tapestry techniques in Anatolia, the Balkan. FREE DELIVERY ON THIS RUG within UK mainland.
 £215.80 
Persian Shiraz Kilim (20zy8706)
HANDMADE RUG - A beautifully designed shiraz kilim, geometrical patterned with diamond shaped borders, this rug is pile-less 100% wool handmade piece, charming design.
 £477.75 
Anatolian Kilim (202020)
HANDMADE RUG - A Shiraz Rug is a type of Persian rug made in the villages around the city of Shiraz, a city in the south west region of Persia, sited practically upon the old Persian Persepolis. The designs tend to come from settled tribal weavers so they mimic Qashqai, Khamseh, Afshar, Abadeh and Luri designs. Since the weavers are using fixed looms the rugs tend to be larger and often coarser than their tribal counterparts. Shiraz utilizes the Persian (asymmetrical) knot. The average knot count is around 120 KPSI. Shiraz rugs are not usually made in a large factory, with the majority of them being woven by home weavers and are woven on a cotton or wool foundation with a woollen pile. These nomadic rugs are almost always geometrical in style. Patterns tend to be small medallions or geometric figures scattered across the rugs. Strong reds and brown are the most typical colour of Shiraz rugs, they are extremely hard wearing and compliment wooden floors well. FREE DELIVERY ON THIS RUG within UK mainland.
 £454.09 
Persian Senneh Kilim (201970)
HANDMADE RUG - A Shiraz Rug is a type of Persian rug made in the villages around the city of Shiraz, a city in the south west region of Persia, sited practically upon the old Persian Persepolis. The designs tend to come from settled tribal weavers so they mimic Qashqai, Khamseh, Afshar, Abadeh and Luri designs. Since the weavers are using fixed looms the rugs tend to be larger and often coarser than their tribal counterparts. Shiraz utilizes the Persian (asymmetrical) knot. The average knot count is around 120 KPSI. Shiraz rugs are not usually made in a large factory, with the majority of them being woven by home weavers and are woven on a cotton or wool foundation with a woollen pile. These nomadic rugs are almost always geometrical in style. Patterns tend to be small medallions or geometric figures scattered across the rugs. Strong reds and brown are the most typical colour of Shiraz rugs, they are extremely hard wearing and compliment wooden floors well. FREE DELIVERY ON THIS RUG within UK mainland.
 £313.95 

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At the point when the finish of a shading limit is achieved, the weft yarn is twisted over from the limit point. Accordingly, if the limit of a field is a straight vertical line, a vertical cut structures between the two distinctive shading territories where they meet. Thus, most kilim rugs can be classed as "cut woven" materials. The cuts are adored by authorities, as they create sharp-carved structures, underlining the geometry of the weave. Weaving procedures for maintaining a strategic distance from cut development, for example, interlocking, create a progressively obscured plan image.  

The weft strands, which convey the noticeable plan and shading, are quite often fleece, while the shrouded twist strands can be either fleece or cotton. The twist strands are just noticeable at the closures, where they develop as the periphery. This periphery is typically tied in groups, to guarantee against slackening or disentangling of the weave strands.