4' 2" x 5' 10" (127cm x 178cm) 3rd Quarter, 19th Century
KERMANSHAH, Southeast Persian
4' 2" x 5' 10"
127cm x 178cm
3rd Quarter, 19th Century
At over 150 years old, this collectible small Persian rug reflects an earlier highly intriguing drawing style that was exquisitely floral but not curvilinear. Its striking, fluid pattern, radiant color spectrum, and unique emblematic designs make it a standout. Within this highly original design, a floating, small vase-shaped medallion floats. Part of a complex structure of keyhole and cruciform devices, this interconnected design is festooned with exotic colored ornamentation. A remarkable palette of rare secondary hues supports this sumptuous visual feast and includes golden ochre, guava, citrine, sage and pippin green, celadon, and copper. Still in very good condition, this is a connoisseur level rug that can thoroughly transform its surroundings on the floor or wall.
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