In amazingly preserved condition, this late 19th Century, all over pattern Heriz Serapi is a great catch for anyone who loves rare rugs with immense history and style.
This village rug was woven in the slopes of Mt. Sabalan of Northwest Persia and it exudes a gorgeous and rare paisley-within-paisley floral-geometric design in the field which symbolizes the seeds of life. It is likely that one of the weavers was a pregnant woman.
The stunning geometric pattern with continiously changing color ways and natural dyes that we just admire! Amazing art!
It took some years and multiple weavers to produce this room size masterpiece.
As always, we have amazing antique rugs at amazing prices. This is a definite investment value rug and will be a great addition to home or office. The solid midnight blue background with its warm, rusty colored borders and intricate detail and design simply makes this rug so outstanding.
The wool has been dyed naturally from plant and mineral sources to achieve its color.
8'4 x 11'3
From circa 1880
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