Samarkand / Mamluk carpets

Samarkand / Mamluk carpets


Exclusive Mamluk carpets in unique designs

Mamluk carpets have been known for their beauty and elegance for centuries. They are handmade and are famous for their high quality wool and distinctive design. Mamluk carpets were originally produced during the reign of the Mamluks, a group of once-soldier slaves of Turkish origin who founded an empire in Egypt and promoted the production of carpets. In the 15th century, the production of hand-knotted carpets flourished in Cairo, laying the foundation for the tradition of Mamluk carpets.

Nowadays, Mamluk carpets are also hand-knotted in Pakistan and India and are known for their distinctive design and high-quality, soft wool. The carpets are in subtle colors such as green, red and yellow, which gives them a colorful elegance.

Our Mamluk carpets - discover the diverse selection

The Samarkand and Mamluk collection from BeyondKnots includes a beautiful selection of hand-knotted Mamluk rugs. These rugs are all made by skilled artisans in Pakistan and are high quality crafted from 100% pure wool.

Each Mamluk rug in the Samarkand collection is unique and handmade, so no two rugs are exactly the same. Each rug is made with great attention to detail and care to ensure it has a long lifespan and becomes a valuable piece for your home.

The Ziegler Mamluk Fine carpet stands for exceptional quality and modern, oriental-inspired patterns. This example in particular bears a traditional Egyptian design known as "elephant feet". With its shorter pile, it's easy to keep this rug clean. It is perfect for high traffic living spaces as it is durable and long lasting. This rug is inspired by the classic Persian rug designs and has evolved into a style of its own.

Discover our fabulous Mamluk carpet models and be inspired by the traditional patterns and designs!

Traditional motifs for your high-quality carpet

Each rug in the Samarkand collection is unique and features a variety of details and patterns that are carefully hand-knotted. Whether you are looking for a rug with traditional motifs or prefer a more modern design - you are guaranteed to find the right piece to suit your taste in the Samarkand collection.

In addition to their aesthetic value, the carpets from the Samarkand collection are also of high quality and durability. They are made from high-quality materials such as wool and silk and are therefore particularly robust and easy to care for. A rug from the Samarkand collection is a worthwhile investment that will give you years of enjoyment.

Our Mamluk & Samarkand carpets stand for exceptional quality and modern, oriental-inspired patterns. The rugs draw their inspiration from classic Persian rug design. The wool used is of high quality and the color palette consisting of natural vegetable dyes is softer and more subtle than that of Persian carpets. The shorter pile makes it easy to keep the carpet clean.

The Samarkand collection offers you handcrafted rugs with timeless charm and unique style. This collection is inspired by the historic city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan, known for its rich culture and art. Our Samarkand collection rugs are crafted by skilled artisans and will add a special touch to your home.

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Top quality, great customer service! I found my dream rug at BeyondKnots! Everything went smoothly. From ordering, customer service to delivery! I received a high quality and beautiful carpet. Always my pleasure.

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Ordering and processing was super uncomplicated. Large selection and good quality. Carpet also looks great, like in the pictures. Always happy!

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We are totally thrilled!! Our new rug fits perfectly into the living room and is even more beautiful than we thought! Thank you for the nice advice and the fast delivery!

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