Be transported to a world of timeless beauty with this exquisite 1920s Persian Heriz rug. This tribal rug boasts a highly ornate central medallion, which serves as the heart of its design. It's surrounded by meandering blossom-laden vines and leaves, creating a mesmerizing tapestry of nature's bounty in an alluring jewel-toned color story.
Take a closer look at its intricately detailed spandrels, where pops of French blue add a touch of elegance and sophistication. The decorative borders, adorned with chestnut brown edge guards, frame the masterpiece with a refined flair. But what sets this rug apart is the enchanting journey it takes one on.
In the border, the motifs have been adorned with different color dyes, creating a delightful variation from one end to the other. This rug is a testament to the remarkable natural dyes used in its creation, each one showcasing subtle changes and nuances throughout.
Every thread of this rug tells a story, revealing the immense talent and personality of the weaver. Handwoven with vegetable-dyed wool, it stands as a testament to the age-old traditions and techniques passed down through generations. With its heavy-duty construction, it is more than just a work of art; it is a functional masterpiece that can withstand the test of time and take on all the abuse of everyday life.
Despite its age, this Heriz rug is in good condition, bearing the marks of its history with scattered wear. These signs of use only add to its charm and authenticity, a validation to the lives it has touched and the stories it has witnessed throughout the years.
Elevate any space with this remarkable antique Persian Heriz rug. Its vibrant colors, intricate design, and rich heritage will infuse a home with a touch of elegance and history.
Low pile, in good condition, handwoven with vegetable dyed wool in the 1920s. Size: 7'5 x 11'8
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