Woven by the hands of a woman from the mountainous regions between the Black and Caspian Seas, this antique 1880s Caucasian rug is a true work of art with a story to share. The wonderful diagonal design hosts a bird-like motif, nestled within its lines, evoking a sense of freedom and grace.
Its muted primary color palette, with subtle abrash, exudes history and mystery. As your eyes wander to the border bands, you'll discover delicate flowers and flowing water motifs, each symbolizing a part of the weaver's life and her connection to nature.
This fantastic rug is a storyteller that has aged gracefully over the years, displaying character and an aged patina that only time can bestow. Its wool foundation and low pile bear the marks of a life well-lived, and the love-worn feel adds to its charm. Please see pics for full character and condition.
Handwoven with the finest vegetable dyed wool, this beauty not only adorns your floor but also brings history and tradition into your home. It's a conversation starter, a piece of floor art, and a lovely addition to any home décor in need of a little something special to elevate a space.
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