Speaking of Mamluks, here is one (click to enlarge):
Edmund de Unger explained why Mamluks were his favorite oriental carpet pattern: "however long you stare at them, he said, you always see something new, you are never bored". But neither does the eye tire, I'd like to add: the patterns are complex, but regular and calm, and the color scheme is subtle.
This is a modern Mamluk, a copy of a sixteenth century original. It was woven by Woven Legends.