Antique Persian Kerman Rug 43298
From the consistent colors and flamboyant design to the level of detail and precision of execution, this fine carpet exemplifies the European flair adopted by carpet weaving studios in Kerman.
Antique Persian Kerman Rug, Country of Origin: Persia, Circa Date: First Quarter of the 20th Century – This fascinating and charming antique rug – a Kerman piece made in Persia – is truly an achievement in rug-making. This wonderful piece possesses many of the qualities most sought after by collectors of such rugs, and would make a proud addition to any home. Displaying the influence of trade with Europe, this Kerman rug features classic feathered scrolls inspired by the rococo acanthus motif as well as the double bouquet medallion used in Flemish and European tapestries. Known for their bubblegum-pinks and rose-reds, this exquisite floral carpet is adorned with a variety of colorful carnations and flower buds set on a dramatic red field. All in all, this is a piece that is not to be missed. Its intriguing design and impeccable composition make it not only a highly desirable piece, but a genuine work of art.