3x12 Late 19th Century Kurdish runner #2467

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This amazing, timeworn Kurdistan tribal runner that was hand knotted by Kurdish weavers, a very small minority in areas that are north of Persia. It travels to us from circa 1880 and locks in the amazing and rich history of lost treasures.

The low pile and worn wool runner sits on a wool foundation. It is on a navy blue ground and has rust vibes and color ways. In the field, you'll see boteh design and we suspect these are actually tribal eagle elements, with spread wings. The close up shot of this motif shows this off. 

Handwoven with all natural, vegetable dyed wool. This runner was shot pre-bath. It will be cleaner with its beautiful dyes a little more refreshed. 

One small tiny patch about 1" square on this runner's last border, also shown in pic. 

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