A Beautiful Tribal Antique Rare Caucasian Shrub Design Kazak Runner Rug, Country of Origin: Caucasus, Circa Date: 1900 – The Kazak region is famous for creating rugs with striking geometric designs in bold color combinations. The region is located on Lake Sewan in Armenia and is famous for creating some of the most striking Caucasus rugs that are loved around the world. This rug has a tribal feel and a floral theme that will bring vibrancy and life to the space. The rug was created around the beginning of the 20th century and combines traditional motifs in a way that creates a look that also fits into contemporary tastes.
This rug features earthy browns, fiery reds, and citrus yellows in a way that gives the rug a graphic quality. The motifs contain ancient symbols that tell a story about the people and their world. You can find symbols that go back thousands of years and that have significance for the Kazak people.
One of the motifs you will find is the boteh, which represents the seed of life or eternal flame in traditional cultures. You will also find abundant florals, each of which represents plant life that they might have encountered in their daily lives. One of the most significant to note is the carnations found in the center border.
Many of the ancient symbols found in these rugs are also found in Paleolithic caves. The S and X symbols appear throughout the piece. The S is said to help protect you from the evil eye. The X stands for metal workers and their power to ward off evil. These ancient symbols create a connection with the people who created these beautiful masterpieces.
Today, style trends are moving away from pieces that look mass-produced toward ones that have a distinctive human connection, such as this one. Each Kazak rug is a beautiful piece of artwork that gives us clues about the weavers and the world around them. This piece will make an excellent addition to a room of traditional furniture, or you could highlight its tribal side in a Boho Chic room.
This rug has a timeless elegance and primitive feel that would fit perfectly into a room with other nature-inspired and tribal-inspired pieces. You could easily see it in a room filled with plants, pieces of basketry, and pieces that add texture to the space. This is a beautiful piece, and our team will be happy to answer any questions you might have or help if you would like to make this piece a part of your collection.