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Mamluk PC 51366 - 2.41 X 1.8


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The Mamluk rugs are made by the renowned Turkoman weavers across the Northern Afghanistan Regions. The weavers use what is known as a Turkoman Baft, which is a double knot. The pile of these rugs is a high quality sheep’s wool, hand spun and then dyed using local dying techniques. The wool pile is knotted onto a cotton warp.

The Mamluk pattern was created originally in Egypt during the 13th-16th centuries. The Mamluks were respected slaves whose main purpose was to protect Egypt as soldiers.

There are intricate borders to the Mamluk rug surrounding the central panel which predominantly features the large circular shaped central medallion. This rug is filled with tiny detailed patterns.

Whilst a Traditional pattern, the colour palette is current, subtle and tasteful in its combinations of darks and pale vegetable dyed colours.

True Individual: Yes

Country of Origin: Pakistan

Construction: Hand Knotted

Knot Count: In 1sqm of Mamluk rugs there would be around 250,000 and 300,000 knots

Pile Composition: 100% Wool

Foundation: Cotton

Care Instructions: Specialist cleaning recommended.
Use suction vacuum only, avoid rotating brushes which could damage your rug. Please do not vacuum fringes. Blot spills with a clean and absorbent cloth. Do not rub or use detergents or cleaning products.

Suitable with Underfloor Heating?: Yes

Underlay: We recommend using rug hold underlay to help protect your rug from moving and colour transfer.