The Ottoman sultan, founded the Hereke Imperial Manufacture in 1841 to produce all the textiles for his Palace on the Bosphorus. He gathered the best artists and carpet weavers of the former Empire in Hereke, where they began producing high quality rugs and large carpets with unique patterns. Today, Hereke carpets and rugs are still made with the traditional patterns of the Ottoman sultan, Abdülmecid I, as well as both traditional Anatolian and contemporary figurative patterns.
Construction: Handmade; Hand Knotted
Materials: Fine Wool, Natural Dyes