SOLD ITEM 3484 - Anatolian region Turkish kilim

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Turkish kilim from the Anatolian region. It is a tribal rug. A kilim is a flat-woven rug, usually of a geometric design, without pile. The metallic threads are probably brass or copper. It is highly unlikely that village weavers of very modest means would use gold. The metal threads are decorative and also provide reinforcement against wear. Kilims are much less durable than pile-woven rugs.
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