This vintage 4×13 Persian Kilim is a gallery runner believed to be a Shahsavan tribal rug. Handwoven in wool, it originates circa 1950-1960 and enjoys an interesting polychromatic design in stripes.
Further on the Design:
Connoisseurs may note this most unusual play of colors, yet admire the playful look they achieve in this Kilim. Deep red with bright pink, black with blue accents and rich brown undertones are especially present therein. It’s a piece of comfortable presence with a sense of whimsy, and its versatile size offers vast applications.
Further on the Condition:
This mid-century tribal Kilim further enjoys good condition for its origin, and is ready for the floor.