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4' 2" x 6' 3" Circa 1910 $9,000, with 20% courtesy: $7,200
A luxuriant medallion, composed of eight poppy flowers surrounding a sacred lotus, seems to expand to the very limits of the borders in this exquisite classical early 20th century Persian Laver Kirman rug. Bold, golden arabesque ribbon-like vinery engages with the bright ivory surround, bursting into blossoms of myriad shape and size including some in a nearly imperceptible whispers of celadon. Richly saturated rose hues, apricot and honeysuckle, plus uncommonly fine weaving, deepen the appeal of this highly winsome court rug. Its luminous wool and lyrical drawing adds to its lush, botanical quality, making it ideal for the most refined interiors. At over a century of age, this piece remains in extremely good condition.
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4' 2" x 6' 3"