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A staple of Ottoman Hamam Culture

Wood loom is a weaving product unique to the Buldan region of Denizli province in Turkey. These peshtemals are traditionally produced on hand looms and woven using 100% cotton yarns.

Wood loom peshtemals are commonly used as bath towels and are preferred for gently drying the skin. They can also be used as beach towels, picnic blankets or for decorative purposes.

Another important feature of these peshtemals is that they are lightweight and thin. This allows them to be easily folded and carried. They can also be washed frequently due to their quick-drying feature and are long-lasting.

The history of Wood loom peshtemals dates back to the Ottoman period. During the Ottoman Empire, masters who produced peshtemals used special looms called “Wood loom.” These looms were designed to ensure the fine and light weaving of peshtemals. The advantages of a wooden loom include high durability, long lifespan, and being made of natural materials. 

Today, Wood loom peshtemals are still produced by hand-weaving methods in the Buldan region. Peshtemals contribute to the preservation of regional cultural heritage and continue to be popular among users due to their superior features. You will never want to give up using the peshtemal that you will feel natural when touching it.

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  • Peshtemals, which are among the most beautiful pieces of Turkish hand weaving, have a wide range of uses.

  • They do not harm the human skin due to their soft texture.

  • They are suitable for many purposes such as couch covers, sofa throws, and blankets.

  • They can be used in many places such as Sauna, Spa and Massage, Pool, Sea, Turkish Bath, Bathroom, and Gym.

  • They are easy to carry during travels due to their lightweight.

Wood loom means in Turkish and it is a traditional type of loom typically used in hand weaving. The basic building blocks of this loom are a wooden frame, warp (knotted thread), and weft (woven thread) threads. The advantages of a wooden loom include high durability, long lifespan, and being made of natural materials. Additionally, wooden weaving looms are considered a traditional method in hand weaving and are used in the production of special fabrics produced by handcrafting.

It is woven on hand looms called traditional wood loom specific to the Denizli Buldan region.


100 % Cotton, Vera Pera Handmade on wood loom, the purest form of cotton brought to life on wood loom and in master hands. You will never be able to give up after you start using peshtemal that you will feel natural when you touch them. 

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  • It is woven with 100% cotton yarn and produced in Denizli/Buldan, Turkey.

  • It is made of high-quality Turkish cotton, therefore it does not cause sweating.

  • 100% Cotton Handmade on wood loom

  • It has high absorbency and quick-drying properties.

  • It can be washed by hand or machine at 30°C.

  • Do not tumble dry. It is recommended to dry it by spreading.

  • It can be dry cleaned.

  • Do not use chemicals such as bleach or whitener.

  • It can be ironed with warm iron.

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