(High-Decorative) Bearing an Old World sense of grace and ethereal beauty, this is a sterling example from the Senneh Town tradition - a deeply revered 19th-century Persian style known for its breathtaking delicacy and refinement. The subtlety of its highly restrained palette, combined with the meticulously fine weave and petite point design of blossoming botehs and surrounding verdantly blooming vinery, reveals the consummate skill of a master weaver and true artist. A pleasing kinetic ambiance arises from its nuanced asymmetry of each row being off-center and the partial versions of the boteh in procession beyond the border. The carnelian palmette main border perfectly counterbalances the shimmering, gossamer interior. This very finely knotted rug has a handkerchief handle, prized by collectors.