Reproduction of the Transylvanian Bistrita Six Column Rug
This is fantastic re-production of a 17th century Ottoman rug of the so called "Transylvanian rugs" group. The actual rug is in the Evangelical church of Bistrita (Bistritz) in Northern Romania today.
This identical re-production was handmade in Central Anatolia by probably the most skilful and expert rug weavers of modern Turkey. It is made of the finest hand-spun wool that can be found in Anatolia and all colors are sourced from natural plants, flowers and roots so they would retain their beauty for centuries.
To see the actual rug and read an article on the subject, you may search for:
"The Ottoman rugs of Bistrita".