NORTHWEST PERSIAN RUGS
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On Hold for Anne Old Tuyrserkan Rug ‘Denim Blue’, Orange, Apricot, 50″x72″, D0411
Fine old Tuyserkan (Tourserkan) from one of the Northwest Persian Hamadan mountain villages with the well known anchored Central medallion woven with gorgeous natural denim blue, apricot, and deepest indigo to offset the design. The major inner border repeats the color scheme of apricot mahi (or fish) with indigo blue fins swimming around the border of the rug. The weaver used the mountain grazed sheep wool, heavy in mineral contents from the mountain water. This results in wool of a higher grade and a longer staple. Size: 55"x72" Material: Wool on Cotton base Knot: Symmetric Knot Origin: Northwest Persia 1940 or earlier Condition: Very good, Totally intact, No missing borders
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Semi-Antique Borchalu, 45″ x 65″ D0264
Decorum Collection:D0264: Semi-antique Borchalu, Bozchelu, 45" x 65" Age: ca. 1930 Region of origin: Eastern Hamadan region, of Mongol tribal descent. Borchalu is the only Hamadan village that produces curvilinear rugs. Condition/Description:: Very good with crisp vegetable dyes, and gorgeous celedon blues and pistachio greens that are only found in old, antique rugs. The deep, almost black, indigo in this rug is a difficult color to achieve, and only the master dyers know how to get this almost black indigo to stay and NOT fade as a fugitive dye. Dim: 45" x 65" Condition: Very good condition with good pile overall and complete sides and borders and original kilim end. ♥
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Antique Veramin, NW Persian rug, 36″x57.5″, D0174
Antique Persian Veramin village rug, 36.5" x 57.5" Woven in a village near Teheran, this antique rug displays an overall Mina-Khani floral design. More than 120 years old, this approximately 3'x5' piece is in very good condition and still shines as brightly as the day it was cut from the loom.
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19th cen. Antique NW Persian, 48″x80″, D0247
Antique northwest Persian rug, D0247 48"x80". 19th Century rug from northwest Persia, either a Garrus Bidjar or an antique Hamadan Wool on wool (warp and weft) with wonderful jewel-like colors of celedon green, ocean blue, and camel.
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Old Heriz Medallion rug 53″x48″, D0379
Old Heriz, 4.5 x4 feet, D0379 Age: 1930-40's Condition: Very good, with good pile overall and totally intact sides and fringes. This rug has been professionally washed and is ready for your floor. Remarks: Unusual square size in a Heriz, probably woven in the Ahar region close to the Karajah area in Northwest Persia. Ahar/Herizes are noted for their large sprawling medallions (as with this rug) that flow over the entire piece.
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Vintage Shahsavan Soumak, 38″×/54″, D0201
Vintage Shahsavan Horse Soumak (D0201) 38"x54. This all wool-on-wool Soumak piece, made in northwest Persia, features beautifully 'drawn' horses in rows from the top to the bottom of the piece. These items were often used with saddles. The Shahsavan people are known for their horsemanship and love of horses. This piece is perfect for displaying on a wall or as a table covering. The weave is “soumak”. Some westerners call it “brocade”. This method of weaving is typical of the Shahsevan who almost never produced a pile or knotted rug (or, if they did, very few survive to be found). A beneficial consequence of the soumak weave is that the images on this rug are very clearly defined and sharply delineated. Many (indeed most) oriental or ‘Persian’ rugs are pile carpets. That means that the pile is knotted between warps (vertical strands) (either symmetrically or unsymmetrically) and held in place by one or more wefts pulled down horizontally across the knots. However, in a soumak rug such as this the yarn/weft is woven across / twisted around the warps. Often, but not always, two warps are taken at a time. There are no ‘knots’ per se. Sometimes this method is called ‘braiding”. An advantage of soumak weaving is that the images woven into the rug are very sharply defined and delineated, as can be seen in this rug.
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Antique NW Persian, 43″x79″, D0271, Herati and Harshang Design
Antique Northwest Persian Malayer Region D0271 Dim: 42.5 x 79 inches Materials: Wool Pile, Wool weft, Cotton warp. All hand spun, hand dyed wool with natural/ vegetable dyes. Condition: Very good antique condition with good pile overall, plump in most areas.
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Semi-Antique Malayer / Hosseinabad Region, Old Weave, 64″ x 43″, D0308
Semi-Antique Malayer / Hosseinabad from Hamadan Region Item: D0308 Condition: Excellent and professionally cleaned Dimension: 64" x 43" Remarks: Very Fine (169 KPSI) ,circa 1930's Village rug from the Malayer/ Hosseinabad, Hamadan Region.