Vegetable Dyed Mamluk

Sku: RUG1478


Complex color palettes mark NOA's line of 16th century Mamluk designs. Vegetable dyes and virgin wool create a luxurious look and feel. Exceeding 166 kpsi. The mamluk carpets are among the most exotic carpets woven during the 13th-16th centuries by a group of artisans in Egypt. The complex mathematical yet mystical designs the Mamluks created did not resemble anything yet known. Their use of color intensity makes the colors vibrate against one another. Typically medallions are featured in the center thought to be inspired by traditional turkish tile work of that era. These carpets are impressively intricate in design and color.


  • Sizes: 4'x6', 5'x8', 6'x9', 8'x10', 9'x12', 10'x14', 12'x16'
  • Pattern: Central medallion and the general layout of this carpet are based on many variations of 12th & 13th century Turkman gols.
  • Foundation: both wrap and weft are of handspun cotton
  • Knots: Turkish knot is used, weaves are fine up to 170 kpsi
  • Pile: Medium, strong, rather brush-like wool pile is cut short

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[1] 4'x6', [1] 5'x8', [3] 8'x10', [1] 9'x12', [1] 10'x14',


If not in stock, please allow 1 - 9 months lead time

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