Woven by mountain weavers in the 1880s, this durable Kurdish runner has boteh (paisleys) running down the field. The borders feature flowers and serrated leaves. This is a very stout runner with many generations to go. The rug is old, has wear and a small patch along its border. See pics. Unique about this piece is not only that it is one of a kind, but that the size is harder to come by and once it is found by its owner, it will be quite loved, for it offers a lot.
She who weaved this rug represents the primitive people of the tribe who washed and separated the best wool of her own family's sheep to weave what is now a most cherished artifact and beautiful folk art. This Kurdistan runner is simply a beautiful and decorative piece to add true charm to a home with the durability of old world wool to last for generations to come.
Hand knotted with all natural dyes (vegetable dyed wool).
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