OUR COLLECTIONS: Tribal

Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.



Kurdish

6'2 x 9'4
 

Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.



Lion Khamseh

7'7 x 9'10
 

Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.



Karaja

5'11 x 8'10
 

Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.



Grain Bag Runner

2'8 x 8'
 

Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.



Tree Of Life

2'6 x 12'5
 

Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.



Ersari

4'3 x 5'4
 

Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.



Ersari

8' x 10'
 

Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.



Shield Kazak

4'10 x 5'9
 

Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.



Yoruk

3'3 x 4'9
 

Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.



Tree of Life

8'5 x 11'11
 
  ´╗┐Our tribal designs come from where rugs were born more than 2500 years ago: the sheep-herding nomadic peoples of Turkey and Central Asia. Historically, tribal patterns are small repeated graphics in clear bright colors, woven from memory. The rugs tend to be compact and built for travel, woven in the open on portable looms in some of the world’s most remote locations.