The Tarak Comb motif has a strong connection to marriage and childbirth. It indicates the intention to safeguard marriage and childbirth from the evil eye when employed as a defense against it. It also stands for the water of life and rain. The design of the comb motif may vary depending on the weaver. Although the designs vary between tribes and localities, it is widespread throughout Anatolia and rarely in other regions of West Asia. Carpets typically convey social and personal meaning. Colors, sizes, and forms may all be chosen based on preference and local customs in a particular town or tribe.
Bold – Light – Solid – Duotone Each variation is included in the file package