This beautiful 1920s Persian Heriz rug is packed with powerful tribal motifs and a wonderful color story that deviates from the typical and more dominant colors we see on these wonderful mountain rugs. Its as though the masterful weaver wove the building plans for a great palace and surrounding gardens with the central medallion taking center stage.
The amazing tribal motifs meander around the medallion with deep navy blue prominently set and with a burnt orange background and the amazing French blue corner sprandrels.
A stunning border with navy to midnight blue ground and fantastic tribal motifs of serrated leaves frame this lovely rug perfectly and with the perfect contrast.
Handwoven with wool that has been dyed with natural resources, such as plants, flowers, and vegetables, the color ways of this rug have stood the test of time and have aged gracefully. It is in good condition and will be a highly durable Persian to keep and it has scattered wear as can be expected with a rug of this age.
This beauty will add so much character to a space and provide the perfect foundation for a room in need of elegance, style, and a welcoming spirit. Persian Heriz rugs from the NW of the country have always had great demand and are favorites of many and for good reason.
Exact size: 9' x 11'5
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