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A kilim is a flat woven textile, without pile, although kilims can be embellished with wool or cotton embroidered patterns or tufting in different types of wool such as sheep or Angora. Traditionally each type of kilim or carpet can be associated with the geographical area in which it was produced.


The kilims and carpets that Susan Deliss sources originate from Turkey (Anatolia and Thrace), North Africa, the Balkans, the Caucasus, Iran/ Persia and Central Asia.  

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