Hand-knotted in wool, a 9×12 antique Tabriz rug originating circa 1920-1930, among the most coveted styles of Persian carpets.
On the Design: This piece enjoys an elaborate, dense floral pattern in rustic beige-brown and blue atop a tasteful, abrashed red background. Connoisseurs may note a rare allusion to the Herati pattern among the many finely woven details of the piece; a collectible feature, though the grace and elegance in this variety of palmettes and motifs is admirable to connoisseur and neophyte alike. A regal piece with a sophisticated, classic allure and good condition.
On the Condition: This piece is in good condition following minor in-house restoration, perfectly ready for the floor.