Crafted by a much older Caucasus tribe that dates back to the 13th century, using artwork that have been passed down for generations, this gorgeous antique Talish rug from the 19th century is a true treasure to behold.
This beauty flaunts a main field that's slimmer than the typical field width. It is showcasing an abrash in fantastic blue shades that is absolutely irresistible! Like flowers floating in a pool of water, the floral motifs pop against the marbled blue ground, creating a dreamy like feel.
The dijon yellow and ivory border bands are like the lively show-stealers, making sure all eyes are on them. Their harmonious floral patterns come together to form a vibrant bouquet that gives a romantic vibe. Woven on a pure wool foundation with vegetable dyed wool, this amazing rug offers a delightful blend of silky softness and a touch of cozy heft, making it an absolute woolly wonderland of luxury.
Although there is some wear, this gem of a rug is quite remarkable for its craftsmanship, the quality of the luxurious wool, and the wonderful design and color story. Let this rug adorn a walkway, kitchen, or bathroom, bringing style, beauty, and personality with it!
Please see pics for full character and condition.
Exact size: Width due to handwoven nature ranges from 3'7 - 4'
:: Please consider a rug pad for this old beauty, to keep it protected and wiggle free. Click below if you want to add one at BPR and we will custom cut it to size:
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