Still the well-known Arabian traveller Ibn-Battuta who has visited Asia Minor in 30th of XIV century admired carpets from Aksaraja and noticed that they are famous on all East. Researchers believe that high-quality woollen carpets were produced not only in this city, but also in Kone and Sivas. eurotox2007.org
It is how much possible to judge on comparison of the remained fragments, early samples had the general with – in the technician, colour and partly in character of a pattern, mainly . But in XV century new motives gradually began to get Into a twiddle and in particular images of live beings and fantastic animals as it is visible by the rare fragments which have reached up to now, for example to a part of a carpet with schematically transferred scene of struggle of a dragon and a phoenix (the State museums, Berlin). On such samples in the European painting of XV century it was possible to establish that their composition usually consisted of six- or octagons in which figures of animals were located.
As material for manufacturing of carpets the goat or sheep wool painted in some colours, more often in yellow, red and dark blue served. Thanks to application of paints of the phytogenesis very proof and strong, remained samples of products till now amaze with bright colour.
The most ancient carpets in Turkey can be seen in the Museum of Turkish and Islamic art in Istanbul, and also in Muzee Koni. It is rough, but is powerful the carpets dated on XIII century, found out in this century in capital Kone and the nearby city of Bejshehire. The well-known Italian traveller Marco Polo, passing through Anatoly, has noticed that in Turkey weave amazing carpets and silk fabrics. Turkish , as well as other kinds of art craft, in XXI – the beginning of XVII century has reached a highest level. By this time it has concentrated in the several centres among which the leading place was occupied with a small city in Asia Minor – Ushak. Assume that the developed manufacture in Ushake existed in XV century, but the most typical monuments concern to XVI – to the beginning of XVII century Though among them a number of groups with those or other features is allocated, all of them have common features: In an ornament – the tendency to geometrization and in a colour score – prevalence of red, yellow and dark blue paints. Thanking these signs always it is possible to distinguish works of masters of Ushaka. In the same XVI century of the master began to weave well-known carpets.
From the point of view Ersoj, its creativity, as well as its performances should not be forbidden, therefore as it actually became the woman, instead of the man in lady's wears. In this connection, he categorically insisted on that it recognised as the woman. It to it it has been refused in January, 1983. But after a political mode of Evrena, the desire of Bulenta has been satisfied.