Antique Persian Kurdish Bidjar Runner Rug 70310

Size: 3 ft 7 in x 16 ft 2 in (1.09 m x 4.93 m)
Origin: Persian Rugs

Beautiful Antique Kurdish Runner Rug, Country of Origin / Rug Type: Persian Rugs, Circa date: 1900 – The rugs of the Kurdish people of Bidjar are known for their vibrant colors and range of traditional designs and motifs. The brilliant colors of this carpet draw the attention, but it is the motifs that are the most fascinating element of this carpet. This gorgeous antique Bidjar carpet was created around the beginning of the 20th century.

This carpet features a repeating lion motif, which is a special symbol in Persian culture that represents the kingship or rulers. It stands for courage and strength. The symbol of the lion has ancient roots in Persia and first began to gain in popularity during the 12th century. It has remained a symbol of the strength and the power of Persian royalty since that time.

Bidjar is a largely Kurdish city located in western Iran. Though their carpets often display a range of colors and designs, this one is unique. It has a regal quality, but you can clearly see its tribal roots in the way that it was carried out. It has the qualities of a tribal carpet in that the design does not appear to have been laid out and carefully planned before the weaving began. It has an element of spontaneity that is often found in village carpets.

The Kurdish people are spread over a vast territory, and they have a carpet weaving tradition that goes back thousands of years. This antique rug is gorgeous, and it is a rare find due to its unique design and symbolism. Now, we can only guess as to its true meaning. It might have been a show of alliance to a particular ruler, or it might have been created for someone of importance in the society. Regardless of the story that it has to tell, it is a fascinating and magnificent piece that was created by skilled hands. It is an excellent piece for the collector or as a piece to add vibrancy and interest to any room décor.

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