Vintage Kilims by Wild Heart Free Soul

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many colorful rugs are arranged together on the wall
Wild Heart Free Soul | Anatolische Kelim & Teppiche in Berlin
www.wildheartfreesoul.com | Vintage Kelims | Kelimkissen |
a multicolored rug with different patterns on it
Vintage Kilim 1980s, Kars/Anatolia (136x96cm)
This original vintage kilim was hand-woven in Anatolia in the second half of the 20th century by a nomad woman. It's made of handspun, naturally dyed sheep wool. Before starting the weaving, the artist was sheering her sheep, cleaning, combing and spinning the wool to have the best yarn for her kilim. After spinning the wool she was dying it in a complex process with natural dyes. This whole process could take one year or even longer. This woven piece of art is one-of-a-kind and was made for
an area rug and pillows on the floor in front of a wall with a hanging plant
Wild Heart Free Soul | Anatolische Kelim & Teppiche in Berlin
Vintage Kilim 1960s, Afyon/Anatolia (228x155cm)
a woman is sitting on the porch with an orange blanket
Wild Heart Free Soul | Anatolische Kelim & Teppiche in Berlin
www.wildheartfreesoul.com | Vintage Kelims | Kelimkissen |
a room filled with lots of pillows and rugs next to a potted plant
vintage kilims in different colors and patterns are featured on the cover of an article
Vintage Kilims
The traditional kilims in our collection were woven decades ago by Anatolian women weavers for their own use or even as dowries. They are full of meaningful symbols that stand for luck, protection and abundance. The natural materials, such as sheep wool, goat hair or cotton, bring warmth and comfort to any home.
the front cover of vintage kilims, featuring an orange and green quilt on a brick wall
Vintage Kilims
The traditional kilims in our collection were woven decades ago by Anatolian women weavers for their own use or even as dowries. They are full of meaningful symbols that stand for luck, protection and abundance. The natural materials, such as sheep wool, goat hair or cotton, bring warmth and comfort to any home.
a pile of blankets with the words vintage kilims on it in front of them
Vintage Kilims
The traditional kilims in our collection were woven decades ago by Anatolian women weavers for their own use or even as dowries. They are full of meaningful symbols that stand for luck, protection and abundance. The natural materials, such as sheep wool, goat hair or cotton, bring warmth and comfort to any home.
an image of a living room with brick walls and a vintage kilims wall hanging
Vintage Kilims
The traditional kilims in our collection were woven decades ago by Anatolian women weavers for their own use or even as dowries. They are full of meaningful symbols that stand for luck, protection and abundance. The natural materials, such as sheep wool, goat hair or cotton, bring warmth and comfort to any home.
vintage kilims are displayed on a pink background with an orange border and the words,
Vintage Kilims
The traditional kilims in our collection were woven decades ago by Anatolian women weavers for their own use or even as dowries. They are full of meaningful symbols that stand for luck, protection and abundance. The natural materials, such as sheep wool, goat hair or cotton, bring warmth and comfort to any home.
an orange and brown striped rug with two pillows
an old rug with many different colors and designs on it's sides, including the center
Vintage Kilim Corum 400x173cm
(1) Vintage Kelim 1940er Jahre, Corum/Anatolien (400x173cm) - Wild Heart Free Soul