Antique Kurdish Village Rug, 52.5 x 77″, D0147
Condition: Very Good overall good pile with shimmering blues abrash and recently secured ends
Material: Wool on Cotton foundation
Remarks: This is a village rug from Northwest Persia woven in a Kurdish village probably by an older village woman with the great skill and experience to produce such a design.The Botef is generally considered a sign of well being and health. The field is encircled by a border of chickens or Stylized dragons to protect the heart of the rug.