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Khotan carpet

365 × 267 cm 11’11” x 8’9”


Hand-woven with an ancient Khotan Samarkand design, it uses elements from these antique carpets with natural colours.  Ideal for a drawing room, bedroom or dining room for example, please view all the extra images to see the colours up close. Woven with wool and silk the pile shimmers and changes due to the silk used, an elegant and refined contemporary carpet.

Request a home visit and we can show you this beautiful contemporary Khotan carpet in situ soon.  We travel nationwide showing our carpets to interior designers and private customers helping create stunning rooms and homes.

Khotan rugs and carpets came from the East Turkestan city of Khotan, and are part of the legends of the Silk Road. Designs vary with ornate borders and large elaborate medallions to gorgeous repeating patterns.  The city is famous for producing both silk and wool carpets. The pomegranate in Khotan rugs became a symbol for prosperity, with its branches fashioned into an exquisite geometric folk design.



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Samarkand carpets were woven by women from the Uzbek and Kyrgyz tribes (ethnic groups affiliated with present-day Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan) located in the cities of Khotan and Yarkand. The rugs were most popular from the 1600s and into the 1900’s.   Samarkand and Khotan rugs actually come from present-day Xinjiang, which is located in China.

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