Antique Hooked American Rug 2789
Woven with a combination of feminine pastels and earth tones, this textural American carpet features a series of geometric medallions woven over a variegated field.
1 ft 7 in (0.48 m)
3 ft 5 in (1.04 m)
Hooked Rug, America, Early 20th Century – This vibrant and distinctive antique rug – a hooked rug made in the United States some time during the early years of the twentieth century – is truly an achievement in rug-making. This long-form piece possesses many of the qualities most sought after by collectors of such rugs, and would make a proud addition to any home. This elongated runner-style rug features a subtle palette of creamy pastels and soft earthy colors. The colorful variegated abrash complements the charming nubby texture of this early American hooked rug. Two pinwheel medallions flank the octagonal spider-web pattern used by many early American crafters while dusky, cornflower blue accents complement the pink, brown and muted green color scheme. All in all, this is a piece that is not to be missed. Its lovely design and unique composition make it not only a highly desirable piece, but a genuine work of art.