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About Double Knot Rug Gallery

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 Rug Gallery

Established in 20021stDibs seller since 2008

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Featured Pieces

Brown "Tulu" Rug 'DK-102-56'
Located in New York, NY
A lovely old village rug from Central Turkey, woven in the shaggy “tulu” style, using only natural brown wool, framed with a border in darker brown. A very high quality, older, examp...
Category

Mid-20th Century Turkish Tulu Turkish Rugs

Materials

Wool

Large Uzbek Afghan Kilim 'DK-101-61'
Located in New York, NY
A large, brightly colored tribal kilim from Northern Afghanistan - a very high quality example.
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Late 20th Century Afghan Kilim Central Asian Rugs

Materials

Wool

Angora Tulu Rug 'DK-73-8'
Located in New York, NY
A tribal shaggy rug made of angora goat hair, woven in three panels. Very high quality piece, densely woven and heavy. In excellent shape as it seems to have seen little use.
Category

Mid-20th Century Turkish Tulu Turkish Rugs

Materials

Angora

Banded Kilim Wide Runner 'DK-98-82'
Located in New York, NY
An old kilim (flat-weave) from Central Turkey, woven in the characteristic wide runner format, with alternating bands of color and brocaded motifs throughout. Can be shortened, if ne...
Category

Mid-20th Century Turkish Kilim Turkish Rugs

Materials

Wool

Red-Brown Checkered "Tulu" 'DK-87-42'
Located in New York, NY
A simple old village rug from Central Turkey, woven in the "tulu" tradition, with a checkerboard pattern in red and natural brown.
Category

Mid-20th Century Turkish Tribal Turkish Rugs

Materials

Wool

Large Northeast Anatolian Carpet 'DK-116-16'
Located in New York, NY
A large tribal carpet from Northeast Turkey, on the border with the Caucasian region. The large scale star or shield design is familiar from Kurdish and Caucasian carpets and is rend...
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Late 20th Century Turkish Oushak Turkish Rugs

Materials

Wool

Bright Boujad Moroccan Rug 'DK-119-9'
Located in New York, NY
Did the weaver keep changing her mind or did she know what she wanted all along? A bright and cheerful rug from the vicinity of Boujad in the Beni Mellal-Khenifra region in central M...
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Late 20th Century Moroccan Tribal Moroccan and North African Rugs

Materials

Wool, Cotton

Beni Zemmour Berber Carpet 'DK-119-1'
Located in New York, NY
A fine and fairly old example of Moroccan Berber weaving from the Beni Zemmour, who inhabit the region north of the city of Boujad, in the western foothills of the Middle Atlas Mount...
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Mid-20th Century Moroccan Tribal Moroccan and North African Rugs

Materials

Wool

Large Cotton Pala Kilim 'DK-105-49'
Located in New York, NY
An old cotton rag kilim of very large proportions, woven in Western Turkey. Lovely colors, very well preserved. (Size can be adjusted).
Category

Late 20th Century Turkish Kilim Turkish Rugs

Materials

Cotton

Turkmen Main Carpet 'DK-114-1'
Located in New York, NY
A very handsome antique Turkmen carpet by the Ersari Turkmen tribes of Central Asia. All natural dyes. In very good state of preservation.
Category

Antique 1890s Central Asian Tribal Central Asian Rugs

Materials

Wool

Kilim with Multi-Colored Bands
Located in New York, NY
A lovely Turkish kilim, woven in three narrow panels, with a cheerful palette of colors
Category

Late 20th Century Turkish Kilim Turkish Rugs

Materials

Wool

Large Manastir Kilim 'DK-114-20'
Located in New York, NY
An old kilim from the Serbia - Bulgaria border regions where weaving large kilims is a centuries-old tradition. This is a very good example in rare large format and in very good stat...
Category

Early 20th Century Balkan Kilim Turkish Rugs

Materials

Wool

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