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Antique Persian Kurdish Rug 70247 by Nazmiyal NYC
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Antique Persian Kurdish Rug 70247

$14,500.00

Size: 5 ft 2 in x 11 ft 8 in (1.57 m x 3.56 m)
Origin: Persian Rugs

Beautiful Antique Persian Kurdish Rug, Country of Origin: Persia, Circa date: 1920Kurdish rugs have a tribal charm and spontaneity about them that cannot be found in more formal creations. This gorgeous Kurdish rug was created around 1920. It uses rich hues and features an allover design. The design of this rug features tribal symbols that have ancient ancestral origins. While the rug weaving designs of the Kurdish tribes often adapted to resemble those of nearby villages, they continued to retain the unique qualities that made them stand out as a group.

These rugs are beautiful, but they also play an important role in teaching the tribal traditions and handing them down to the younger generation. This rug has an allover pattern based on repeating symbols. The outer band of the design is the “wheel of life” surrounding the “star of wisdom” in the center. This rug displays a familiar crenelated pattern on the inner and outer borders that is known as the “fence of security.” It signifies inner peace, regardless of what the outer world brings. The stories behind these ancient symbols are as beautiful as the colors and artistry of the rug itself.

Kurdish rugs range in their knot count and formal elements of the design. This one has a few characteristics that stand out. First is the script in the upper corner of the rug. This might be a signature, a quote from the Quran, or a familiar saying.

The second interesting feature of this rug is that, for the most part, it looks to be the work of skilled hands. The knots are even, and the design shows consistency, except in the eighth row from the bottom where it looks like less skilled hands took over for a few rows. This occurs in several places throughout the rug. Rug knotting is a skill that is passed down from generation to general, and one occasionally finds evidence of this tribal tradition in the piece. This makes it even more special through this connection to the people who created it.

Persian rugs are finding their way into many modern interior designs. This year, designers feature elements that reflect the natural world in their colors and patterns. The colors of this rug were created from natural plant materials from the local area. This creates a palette that blends together beautifully. This rug would be the perfect piece for a dining room, living room, or bedroom. It has a formal feel but also has special details that give it a unique charm and personality.

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