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Antique Silk Persian Mythical Farahan Rug 70772 by Nazmiyal NYC
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Dragons Antique Silk Persian Mythical Farahan Rug 70772 by Nazmiyal NYC
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Antique Silk Persian Mythical Sarouk Farahan Rug 70772

$26,000.00

Size: 4 ft 9 in x 8 ft 2 in (1.45 m x 2.49 m)
Origin: Persian Rugs

Mysterious Antique Silk Persian Mythical Sarouk Farahan Rug, Origin: Persia, Circa: 1900 – Azhdaha, the famous Persian Dragon of ancient mythology battles a dragon of more earthly Origins on this spectacular antique rug. Azhdaha brings the rain for the people, plants, and animals on Earth. The dragon is associated with bravery and power. Other dragons with a more malefic character also permeate Persian mythology, most of which are earth-bound and known to cause mischief in the Earthly realm. In this breathtaking silk rug, Azhdaha protects Earth and its inhabitants from a dragon who might bring harm.

This gorgeous, antique Persian Sarouk Farahan rug was created around the turn of the 20th century. It is as beautiful as it is fascinating. Pictorial rugs are a rare find, making this one something to be proud of in any collection. Its gorgeous, earthy colors are warm and rich.

This rug highlights the Persian rug weaving tradition as something more than a utilitarian function. It demonstrates the high degree of connection between Persian history, mythology, and the art of rug weaving as a form of storytelling. This is a beautiful piece, but it is much more than that.

Throughout the silk Persian rug, you will find symbols that deepen the meaning the artist wished to convey. This Persian rug has a connection to the history and traditions of a people and their culture. In the borders of the area rug, you will find figures that appear to be skeletons, abstract figures resembling other animals, and mythological creatures. These figures suggest a theme about the fragility of life and the importance of protecting it. This also supports the theme of the battle between good and evil between the two dragons.

Dragons are found throughout the cultures of Southeast Asia and the Near East. They come in many forms, but all of them represent a form of the divine or divine intervention. Any way you look at it, this piece has a sublime quality and special character that will be treasured throughout the years.

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