Worn Antique Tribal Rug / 3'4 x 5'4 Caucasian Rug #3170

Regular price $985.00

Discover the irresistible charm of this antique tribal rug, originating from the early 20th century. It's a piece that exudes timeless appeal, with a stunning mix of vibrant, contrasting colors against a warm sandy tan background. Contrasting dyes is a characteristic we do see from the the weavers of the Caucasus mountains. This is a meaningful and telling piece, like a tapestry that vividly showcases tribal culture and its intricate symbolism.

The rug's visual story, features prominent peacocks, both large and small, surrounding three medallions at the center, with additional symbols of love and unity, gracing its surface. The main field with powerful poled medallions is rich with saturated dyes and in the border band, you'll see graphic turtle motif, brought to life in a riot of lively colors.

Handwoven on a wool foundation with wool dyed using natural resources, such as vegetables, flowers, and plants, the rug radiates authenticity and character. Its low wool pile and love worn vibe enhances its enduring charm. Owning this antique Caucasus rug means having a tangible connection to history, a representation of a vibrant cultural heritage, and a constant source of elegance for your space.

 :: 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:

Medium Rug Pad

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