Antique Indian Agra Rug, Country of origin: India, Circa Date: 1900 – Agra, the capital of the Mughal Empire, is most popularly known as the home of the illustrious Taj Mahal. For centuries, it has been a cultural center for many Indian crafts, including the art of rug weaving. Many classic Agra carpets display themes based upon traditional Persian examples. This antique Indian Agra rug boasts a beige, caramel toned backdrop covered with scrolling vines and intricate, floral motifs. The middle panel is accentuated decoratively with a typical pattern of flowering branches. These exquisite features are expressed in a rich red colors, delineated boldly with dark lines and highlights. Frames of varying widths encircle the center of the rug, adding a level of geometric interest to the composition. Each border frame is filled with a different configuration of curving leaves and whimsical designs, yet all of the bands conform to the same color scheme. With high quality craftsmanship, this antique rug will grant vibrant sophistication to any interior.