"Eternal Echoes: A Sublime 16th Century Mamluk Revival"

W 7'-11" x L 10'-2"Hand knotted of virgin, New Zealand wool; high thread count.This exquisite Mamluk carpet, a testament to the infinite artistry of 16th-century Egyptian weavers, captivates the senses with its intricate geometric patterns and vibrant cultural symbolism. The carpet's mesmerizing design draws inspiration from the exquisite tile work that adorns the architectural marvels of the Islamic world, embodying the essence of unity, balance, and the infinite nature of creation.
A central component, characterized by concentric circles, radiates outward from the heart of the carpet, interweaving with sub-divided shapes that echo the central motif. These interconnected patterns represent the unity and interconnectedness of all living things, reflecting the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of the Mamluk era.
The delicate interplay of colors in this stunning piece is achieved through the use of permanent vegetable dyes, a time-honored technique employed by skilled weavers in Agra, India. These natural dyes lend the carpet an air of authenticity and depth, allowing it to harmoniously blend with both modern and traditional spaces.
The remarkable craftsmanship of this Mamluk carpet is evident in its impressive thread count of 144 knots per square inch, a testament to the unwavering dedication and expertise of the artisans who have mastered this centuries-old craft. As you stand before this dazzling carpet, allow yourself to become immersed in the intricate dance of geometric patterns and cultural symbolism, feeling the warmth of the ancient traditions that have been lovingly woven into every fiber. This Mamluk carpet, a celebration of the infinite beauty of art and culture, serves as a bridge between the past and the present, inviting us to explore the rich tapestry of human expression.



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Hand knotted of virgin, New Zealand wool; high thread count.


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