Central Anatolian kilims

The Central Anatolian region is a high plateau separated by mountains from the Black Sea to the Taurus mountains and from the Mediterranean regions of the south.

Detail, kilim from south central Anatolia. Anatolian slit-tapestry kilims were the quickest pieces for nomads to weave, but were the hardest to get right. (Josephine Powel show of rural flatweaves)
Detail of Central Anatolian kilim. (Exhibitor Markus Voigt at BARE)
A 18th century Central Anatolian kilim. (Sonny Berntsson, Dedicated to research on Anatolian rugs)
Central Anatolian kilim fragment 1800. (Exhibitor Alberto Levi at ARTS)
Central anatolian striped kilim,18th century. (Exhibitor Marvadim at ICOC Stockholm Dealers Fair)

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