A fine example of 15th Century Islamic art of the Mamluk Sultanate, a powerful regime that ruled Cairo, Egypt for three centuries and brought Turkish influence into trades such as rug weaving.
Handwoven and finely-knotted wool showcases rich reds alongside subtle greens, golds and blues.
A tripartite layout and geometric tessellation patterns make this rug a great conversation piece with a sense of drama and classic sophistication.
- 100% Wool
- Origin: Egypt
- Age: New