Products : Kilim And Sumakh

Kilims are tribal hand-woven rugs made by entwining the warp and weft yarns and were originally produced by Turkish, Yoruk, Kurdish, and Turkmen nomads. They are flat, colorful, tapestry-woven, and one of the earliest type of carpets produced in the ancient times.

Decades ago, Kilims were considered as symbolic as they were given as dowries by young damsels. In addition, traditional Kilims were only made for personal use. Today, different types of Kilims are being made. Some Kilims are used as designs for shrines or can be used when praying while others serve as decorative cushions and wall hangings.