Double Knot

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New York, NY

About Double Knot

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

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Antique Sharkisla Kilim
Early 20th Century Turkey Kilim Turkish Rugs
Tapestry, Wool
A large antique Kilim from Eastern Turkey. Such large Kilims were made by tribal weavers during the summer months when they could set up large looms outdoors and weave these for weal...
Antique Malatya Kilim
Antique Late 19th Century Turkey Kilim Turkish Rugs
Wool
A great antique tribal flat-weave attributed to the Malatya province in Eastern Turkey. Woven in two narrow panels, like many nomadic tribal weavings, this handsome Kilim displays in...
Antique Shirvan Kilim
Antique Late 19th Century Azerbaijan Kilim Caucasian Rugs
Wool
A very handsome antique tribal flat-weave from the Caucasus. A great example of a well-known type with a very pleasing color palette. Well proportioned with good width, as most Kilim...
Small Moroccan "Boucherouite" or Azilal Rug
Late 20th Century Morocco Tribal Moroccan and North African Rugs
Cotton
A Moroccan rag rug, woven with cut-up pieces of fabric from old clothes, etc. - boucherouite means rag or torn cloth in Moroccan Arabic. A relatively recent phenomenon, such weavings...
Moroccan "Boucherouite" Rug
Late 20th Century Morocco Tribal Moroccan and North African Rugs
Cotton
A Moroccan rag rug, woven entirely with cut-up pieces of fabric from old clothes, etc. Boucherouite means rag or torn cloth in Moroccan Arabic. A relatively recent phenomenon, such w...
Large Bakhtiari Banded Kilim
20th Century Iran Turkish Rugs
Wool
An unusually large Tribal flat-weave from Western Iran, probably by the Bakhtiari tribal groups there. A very sturdy Kilim with rich saturated colors in excellent state of preservation.
Kula Rug by Nayime
Vintage 1940-1949 Turkey Turkish Rugs
Wool, Cotton
A lovely old example of this well-known, so-called "Komurcu" type from Kula, one of the most prolific weaving centers of Western Turkey. With tulips and carnations and a p...
Large Antique Sharkisla Kilim
Early 20th Century Turkey Turkish Rugs
Wool
A large format antique Kilim from the Sivas Region in east-central Turkey with a well-known design but exceptional colors. A high quality example that is also very well preserved.
$2,950
Mut Kilim
Vintage 1960-1969 Turkey Turkish Rugs
Tapestry, Wool, Goat Hair
A great Turkish tribal Kilim from the region around the town of Mut in the Taurus Mountains. Striking imagery and bold color palette.
Ait Bou Ichaouen Berber Rug
Late 20th Century Morocco Tribal Moroccan and North African Rugs
Wool
An old Moroccan Berber rug attributed to the Ait Bou Ichaouen tribe who live in the eastern High Atlas region.
Cotton Kayseri Rug
Vintage 1950-1959 Turkey Turkish Rugs
Cotton
A beautiful old Turkish rug with a classical "garden" design featuring many imaginative forms of flora and fauna - perhaps a vision of the Eden. A particularly refined exam...
Urfa Kilim
Mid-20th Century Turkey Kilim Turkish Rugs
Wool
A lovely old flat-weave from Southeastern Turkey, woven as a pair of runners on a narrow loom - they can easily be separated and used as runners. Groups of stripes on a background of...

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