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4' 0" x 5' 3" (122cm x 160cm) 3rd Quarter, 19th Century
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CHI CHI, Southeast Caucasian
4' 0" x 5' 3"
122cm x 160cm
3rd Quarter, 19th Century
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(Connoisseur-Caliber) ("New Arrivals Gallery") Woven in the village of Chi Chi in the Kuba district of the Caucasus Mountains, this exceptional rug is called Khyrdagul or “fine figures” pertaining to its highly chiseled geometric motifs. Blossoms, small diamonds, stars, palmettes, and crosses blanket the field with a rich precision and color placement. Eschewing the expected Chi Chi border, this piece continues the tour-de-force weaving extravaganza by filling its frame with a virtuoso diagonal stripe pattern. Remembering that an Oriental rug’s design emerges row upon row from the bottom to the top casts a light on the accomplishment of this small piece and speaks to the masterful skill of the weaver. It remains in extremely good condition. Learn About This Rug Type