This one of a kind style includes three types of handiwork; patchwork, crochet, and wool knitting. It requires a tremendous effort and technical knowledge to put this piece together. We appreciate our artisan designers' invaluable work.
The name comes from The Mount Nemrut. Crowning one of the highest peaks of the Eastern Taurus mountain range, Mount Nemrut is the temple-tomb and house of the gods built by the late Hellenistic King Antiochus I of Commagene (69-34 B.C.) as a monument to himself. Two separate antique processional routes radiate from the east and west terraces. Five giant seated limestone statues, identified by their inscriptions as deities, face outwards from the tumulus on the upper level of the east and west terraces. It's one of the most picturesque spots in the world to watch the sunrise and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.