Herki Vintage Rug
Herki Vintage Rug carpet from Turkey.
These carpets were knotted in between the 1930s - 1940s by the women from the Herki tribe. Bright and vivid colors are making these rugs unique and the patterns are very different than the other rugs. Mainly, these rugs contain red, orange, pink and blue/gray color tones. The quality of the wool is one of the best and weave tightly to create a dense and medium-pile carpet.
Excellent quality. Excellent service.
Very easy process. The rug was as per the website. Good price with two workable options sizes - all at a good price. Smooth payment and delivery. Very pleased.
Mr Mark Rutherford
Fast delivery, great rug and photos don't do it justice. Very happy and highly recommend.
Beautiful rug great quality fantastic price amazing choice of sizes delivery was quick
Huge selection and the filters on the website were very handy. Delivery was quick and response to a query from customer services was also reassuring. Best of all, they offer free collection and return if necessary but thankfully in my case, the rug was just as depicted on the website.
Ordering from Rugvista was like dealing down the street. Great customer support. The rug I ordered met or beat expectation and delivery was less than a week from Sweden to central British Columbia, Canada.
Very easy website to use, received my rug within a week, with delivery notifications. The rug is abstolutely beautiful, I love it! Would definitely recommend Rugvista.
Living room rug
Everything about the process of ordering and delivery of my rug from Rugvista was very satisfactory.
Very Happy Customers!
We came across Rugvista from a Google search and were immediately impressed by their range of stock and their great prices.The rug took less than a week to arrive and we are very happy with the quality of the rug and the service that we received. We will be ordering more in the near future.
Was easy quick and quality is great. First but not the last purchase.
The colors in the rug will be perceived differently depending on the angle you view it from.