Double Knot Rugs

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About Double Knot Rugs

Established in 2002, Double Knot is New York City's premier gallery for tribal rugs and textiles. The gallery focuses on old and antique pieces from Turkey, Iran, the Caucasus, Central Asia and Morocco, promoting better understanding of their rich weaving traditions in the context of their history, art and culture. The gallery is open to the public and serves the needs and interests of enthusiasts, collectors and the interior design community.

Double Knot Rugs

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Daghestan or Shirvan Rug
Daghestan or Shirvan Rug
Early 20th Century Azerbaijani Tribal Caucasian Rugs
Wool
Daghestan or Shirvan rug. A beautiful old rug from the Eastern Caucasus (Azerbaijan), in a style attributed to the Shirvan region or possibly further north in Daghestan. Finely woven...
Antique Kuba Rug
Antique Kuba Rug
Antique 19th Century Azerbaijani Caucasian Rugs
Wool
Antique Kuba rug. Rug is nicest example of a rare but well-known design from the Caucasus.
Sharkisla Kilim Rug
Sharkisla Kilim Rug
Mid-20th Century Turkish Kilim Turkish Rugs
Wool
Sharkisla Kilim rug. A very nice old flat-weave rug from Eastern Turkey, displaying one of the characteristic designs of this region, but with a generous scale and really happy color...
Banded Kilim, Wide Runner Rug
Banded Kilim, Wide Runner Rug
Early 20th Century Turkish Kilim Turkish Rugs
Wool
Banded Kilim, wide runner rug. A beautiful old tribal flat-weave runner rug from West-Central Turkey, woven in characteristic wide runner format, with alternating bands of color. An ...
Superb Antique Kurdish Rug
Superb Antique Kurdish Rug
Antique 19th Century Turkish Turkish Rugs
Wool
Superb Antique Kurdish rug. A superb example of Anatolian Kurdish weaving, with excellent colors and lustrous wool. Excellent interpretation of a Classic design for this type. The co...
Antique Russian Fabric Panel Rug
Antique Russian Fabric Panel Rug
Antique Late 19th Century Russian Art Nouveau Quilts and Blankets
Cotton
Antique Russian fabric panel rug. Printed cotton fabric panels like this were produced in Russia at the end of the 19th century and were increasingly popular in the bazaars of Centra...
West Anatolian "Jijim" Rug
West Anatolian "Jijim" Rug
Vintage 1960s Turkish Turkish Rugs
Cotton, Wool
West Anatolian "Jijim" rug. A tribal flat-weave rug from Western Turkey, woven in the intricate "jijim" brocading technique, featuring a simple design of multicolored concentric diam...
Baluch "Balisht" Tribal Bag Rug
Baluch "Balisht" Tribal Bag Rug
20th Century Afghan Central Asian Rugs
Wool
Baluch "Balisht" Tribal bag rug. An old tribal bag or rug woven by one of the Baluch tribal groups who inhabit the border regions between Iran and Afghanistan. Such pieces were used ...
Grain Sack Rug
Grain Sack Rug
Vintage 1950s Turkish Turkish Rugs
Brocade, Wool
Grain Sack rug. An old tribal cargo bag or rug with very colorfully decorated front and flat-woven brown and ivory back. It can be used as a sturdy floor rug or easily made into a la...
Large Felt Carpet
Large Felt Carpet
Vintage 1970s Turkish Tribal Turkish Rugs
Felt, Wool
Large felt carpet or rug. A large old wool carpet or rug from Central Turkey, made of two identical halves stitched together, in "felt" technique matting, condensing and pressing woo...
Central Anatolian "Jijim" Rug
Central Anatolian "Jijim" Rug
Mid-20th Century Turkish Kilim Turkish Rugs
Wool
Central Anatolian "Jijim" rug. An old tribal flat-weave rug from central Turkey, woven in the intricate "jijim" brocading technique. The rug was woven in two symmetrical halves, a co...
Roses of Karabagh Rug
Roses of Karabagh Rug
Early 20th Century Armenian Caucasian Rugs
Wool
Roses of Karabagh rug. Realistically drawn floral designs in Karabagh, Armenia can be traced back to imperial Russian heritage of this prolific weaving region. This small rug is a pa...

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