LAVER KIRMAN GARDEN OF PARADISE
4' 7" x 7' 6" Circa 1900
LAVER KIRMAN GARDEN OF PARADISE, Southeast Persian
4' 7" x 7' 6"
(High-Decorative) The unlimited beauty of nature is reflected in a flowering "Garden of Paradise" joyously rendered in the center field, replete with myriad tiny luminous flowers that fill the entire cobalt blue reserve. This one-in-the-world 19th century Persian Laver Kirman rug is given striking originality with the rare use of two delicately depicted “Tree of Life” motifs in the form of fruit trees that ascend the length of the rug and intersect at the very top of the field. Its profusion of ornately detailed flowering plants and trees symbolizes the great abundance of natural life. Seldom seen naturally hues including a profusion of ripe strawberry, glistening saffron and steely blue. A superb level of craftsmanship couples with extraordinary full-pile condition to create a rare gem of a carpet. Learn About This Rug Type