Region of Origin
- Simple, tribal, bold, and colorful motifs that originate from the Anatolian region that comprises the majority of modern-day Turkey
- A central medallion centerpiece design appropriated from 15th century Persian manuscript covers, now a mainstay of carpet weaving
- A hexagonal structure, also referred to as a lozenge, represents the female form and fertility
- Geometric stepped details characteristic of Anatolian motifs
Pure wool Yagcibedir rugs, produced in mountain villages of northwestern Turkey, are known for their quality, geometric motifs, and distinct red and dark blue color palettes.
Kork wool is shorn from the underbelly and neck of the sheep. Because these areas are more protected from the environment, the resulting wool has a much higher lanolin content and feels softer in texture and has a greater luster and sheen.