Hand woven with with vegetable dyed wool, this Persian runner definitely will deck the hallway with antique love and character throughout. This runner is from circa 1920 comes from Serab and was woven undoubtedly with the wool of weaver’s own camel and sheep.
Serab is a small village nestled in the Sabalan mountain range in northwestern Persia, and is home to a host of skilled tribal weavers who crafted artful rugs, mainly runners actually. While their remote location made it difficult to participate in the larger global rug trade, their isolated territory allowed their art form to develop noticeably unencumbered by commercial influences.
This runner with scattered wear and great character has small paisleys running down the field and intricate borders with various shades of blue that we love!
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