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    In the Netherlands, so-called Lotto rugs were loved by famous 17th-century masters such as Bruegel and Vermeer. Originally they probably come from Anatolia, which can be seen in the design around a central, kufic inscription of yellow arabesques against a red background. The arabesques in the middle exist in three different styles: Anatolian, kilim or a decorative style. This rug, also used as a bath towel, by Piet Design has a very high quality and is made of 100% cotton. The central design has a kilim of style, the frame has cartouche style.

    100% cotton
    Size 140 x 70 cm

In the Netherlands, so-called Lotto rugs were loved by famous 17th-century masters such as Bruegel and Vermeer. Originally they probably come from Anatolia, which can be seen in the design around a central, kufic inscription of yellow arabesques against a red background. The arabesques in the middle exist in three different styles: Anatolian, kilim or a decorative style. This rug, also used as a bath towel, by Piet Design has a very high quality and is made of 100% cotton. The central design has a kilim of style, the frame has cartouche style.

100% cotton
Size 140 x 70 cm

Lotto rug / bath towel

Lotto rug / bath towel from Piet Design. In the Netherlands, so-called Lotto rugs were loved by famous 17th-century masters such as Bruegel and Vermeer. 100% cotton Size 140 x 70 cm
Lotto rug / bath towel
Lotto rug / bath towel €22,50
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    In the Netherlands, so-called Lotto rugs were loved by famous 17th-century masters such as Bruegel and Vermeer. Originally they probably come from Anatolia, which can be seen in the design around a central, kufic inscription of yellow arabesques against a red background. The arabesques in the middle exist in three different styles: Anatolian, kilim or a decorative style. This rug, also used as a bath towel, by Piet Design has a very high quality and is made of 100% cotton. The central design has a kilim of style, the frame has cartouche style.

    100% cotton
    Size 140 x 70 cm

In the Netherlands, so-called Lotto rugs were loved by famous 17th-century masters such as Bruegel and Vermeer. Originally they probably come from Anatolia, which can be seen in the design around a central, kufic inscription of yellow arabesques against a red background. The arabesques in the middle exist in three different styles: Anatolian, kilim or a decorative style. This rug, also used as a bath towel, by Piet Design has a very high quality and is made of 100% cotton. The central design has a kilim of style, the frame has cartouche style.

100% cotton
Size 140 x 70 cm

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