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On Hold for Meg.Old Hamadan, 52″x79″, D0401
Beautiful Old NW Persian Hamadan village rug with wonderful unique tree of life design and rarer pallet color/dye combinations. It is in very good antique condition. No holes, tears,or bare areas. All ends and sides are intact. Measuring 52" x 79" makes it a great statement piece for many areas in your home.
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Vintage Northwest Persian Kilim, 60″x96″, D0395
Vintage Northwest Persian Kilim, 60"x96" D0395 Vintage kilim with all the right colors and design. Decorator colors and vegetable dyes with Shahsavan birdheads/latch hooks and a geometric center field with large central medallions. Perfect tribal for the large hall, library, den. Professionally cleaned and in perfect condition!
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Vintage Khamseh Arab Shiraz Animal Rug, 63″ x 44″, D0354
Vintage Khamseh Arab tribe, Shiraz, Southwest Persia, Animal Rug with very Juicy colors with Lions, Birds, Chickens, Roosters, Swans, and more... Dim: 43"x63" Materials: Wool on Wool Condition: Very Good Age: 1970's
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1930’s Persian Luri rug, 50″x81″, D0186, Wool on Wool tribal with intricate design
Lurs, Southwest, tribal, wool on natural sheep's wool with an intricate design on deepest indigo and all Vegetable and naturally derived dyes. D0186 Condition: Excellent Age: 1930's Remarks: Note contrasting border of ivory filled with birds, dragons or chickens encircling the rug, protecting its center and design.
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Vintage Everu Persian Rug, 40.5″ x 67″ , D0109B
Vintage Persian Everu rug from NW Persian Hamadan village D0109B DIM: 40.5" X 67" Age: Mid 20th Century Materials: Wool on cotton Condition: Excellent, with superior wool and complete sides and ends. Remarks: This hand knotted, pile rug comes from a region where the weavers use some of the finest wool and colors of Berries of Raspberries, Blueberies, orange, bright blue , turquoise, burnt orange, and ivory. These are sturdy, long wearing rugs using hand dyed wool and a prominent medallion. These are village rugs where the weaver uses her own design to execute the finished product.
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Vintage Qum Garden Design, 55″ x 88″, D0135, Silk and Wool, 256 KPSI
Fine Persian Design Qum Garden rug, 256 KPSI, D0135 DIM: 47" X 79" Materials: Wool and Silk Condition: Excellent Age: 1960 - 1970 Remarks: Very fine weave and fairly rare design this rug's original design was woven in the holy city of Qum. Qum is known for the superior wool and silk used in their rugs and the fineness of the weave. This design is called the Keshti or Garden design and it includes garden bouquets and symbols of peace and happiness, such as the willow tree, botef, ...
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Vintage Shahrbabak from Kerman Region, 67″x 84″,D0345, excellent, well executed design
Vintage Persian Shahrbabak from Kerman Region with medallion design with the illusion of 2 folded back sides. Dim: 5'7" x 7" Age: 50+ years Condition: Excellent Materials: Wool on cotton foundation Remarks: From the Kerman region of South Central Iran, hand-knotted with natural and chemical dyes. Very intricate medallion design with meticulously woven botefs, precisely woven to create rows of botefs that organically swirl around in perfect rows.
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1930’s Mehriban (Mehraban), Malayer rug, 82″ x 46″, D0329
1930"s Mehriban (Mehraban)/ Northwest Persian rug,( D0329) Dim.: 46" x 82" Origin: Northwest Persia between Sarouk and Hamadan Region Materials: Hand-knotted wool on cotton foundation Condition: Very good overall with original sides and ends and good pile overall with no bare areas. No stains, runs, tears, breaks,or hard areas . All ends are stabilized and floor ready. Shipping: Shipping is free to the lower 48 states. Please see Shipping and Return Policy.
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Vintage Kazak Runner, 38.5″x115.5″, D0268
Vintage Kazak Runner Item: D0268 Dim: 38.5" x 115.5" Materials: Hand-Knotted, Hand-Spun, Wool on Wool Condition: Very good overall, no worn or hard areas, no stains or moth bites, End fringes are complete with any needed areas conserved or stabilized. Remarks: Floor ready, Professionally cleaned
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Vintage Kashmir Isfahan Pictorial Design, Wool and Silk, 71″ x 42″, D0310
Vintage Kashmir, Isfahan Pictorial Design, Wool and Silk Dimensions: 6’10” x 3’5” D0310: Vintage Kashmiri pictorial rug, with Isfahan (Persian) design. Region of Origin: city of Srinagar and environs, Union Territory of Kashmir, India. Age and Condition: Early to mid 1960’s. Overall very fine condition, with good pile overall no foundation or knot nodes exposed.. Fabric and weave: Kork/pashmina wool pile with natural silk highlights; double cotton weft. Asymmetric (aka Persian or Sennah) knot, with an exceptionally high knot count of 576 KPSI. The exceptional fineness of the kork wool, the sinuous wefts, and the absence of depressed knot nodes combine to give a carpet of outstanding softness and pliability. Colors: The color pallet, consisting of nine different shades, is soft and mellow dominated by white/ivory, shades of red, and shades of blue.
- indigo: midnight blue, dark, and sky blue
- reds: wine red, and pink
- pale green
- This rug was woven in the 1960’s, approximately twenty years after the end of the British Raj (1858-1947). Kashmiri carpet weavers then continued the use of Persian designs, but the quality of their materials and their weaving greatly improved, as is evidenced in this rug.
- The main feature of this rug is the depiction of a large speckled white ibis turned to its proper left, with its long sinuous neck wrapped around a water plant as it looks to a fledgling. (Ibises are an indigenous species in Kashmir; they also are to be found in the famed Isfahan bird sanctuary.) The main field is populated with several types of flowers and leafy vines surrounding the ibis. The multiple borders likewise display a variety of flowers, leaves and sinuous vines.
- This is a rug of exceptional elegance and esthetic appeal. There is an interesting contrast between the soft, harmonious colors of the rug and its graceful lines, producing overall a soothing effect on the viewer, and the tension of the main figure of the rug, the ibis, which strains to find its fledgling. Here the rug’s designer has employed a well-known technique of high artistry wherein the viewer is drawn in to understand the image: as the figure of the ibis is not immediately apparent at first observation (it blends in with the background), the viewer must focus her attention in order to recognize what is being depicted.