This vintage 6×13 Persian Kilim is a tribal rug from Meshkin—a small northwestern village known for its fabulous works. Handwoven in wool, it originates circa 1950-1960.
Further on the Design:
The bold design prefers a bright red field and black border, and both host a variety of polychromatic tribal patterns. Keen eyes will admire fuchsia, teal, and rust notes in the more radiant of many vibrant hues that complement this warm piece. Diamonds comprise the most prevalent, and arresting motif in the finely detailed variety this rug further enjoys.
This is an exemplar of its provenance, and of versatile size with vast applications.
Further on the Condition:
This mid-century Northwest Persian flat weave further enjoys good condition for its age and origin. It’s ready for the floor, and is available with or without our custom non-slip padding upon request.