CARPET SHOPPING IN DALYAN
If you are in search of a missing item in your living room floor, this may be well the hand woven carpet that you were having in your mind for a long time.
Of course there are Carpets shops in Dalyan, however you may like to visit larger businesses with wider range of localy produced products.
We can take you places were Hand woven Carpets are produced by families over the centuries passed from grandparents to grandchildren. Traditionally a craft learnt by women and man, each carpet would be unique, its variations reflecting both the character of the maker and the place she or he was from.
Thus each region of Turkey has evolved a style of carpet pattern and colours, these days chemical dyes are more common and carpets may be made from wool, silk and cotton.
The density of the knots determines the quality of the carpet,the more knots per square cm, the more hard-wearing it will be. If you decide to purchase a carpet, most sales-merchants will be happy to spend some time explaining the history and meaning of the many symbols in the weave ,often over a glass of apple tea.
In recent years, a number of carpet schools have opened where traditional arts and processes are preserved and the process of carpet making is shown to visitors.
DAYS AVAILABLE : Thursdays
PICK UP TIME : 9am
RETURN TIME : 4pm
INCLUDED : Transfer
BRING ALONG: sun glasses, money, Camera
SUITABLE : Suitable for all ages above 12 ,under 18 with legal guardian
IMPORTANT : Customers with preexisting medical conditions (e.g nut allergy) must inform us at the time of booking, this is important for us.
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