Geometric Antique Persian Serab Rug 71743


Size: 3 ft 3 in x 4 ft 10 in (0.99 m x 1.47 m)
Origin: Persian Rugs
Style: Serab Rugs

Geometric Antique Persian Serab Rug, Country of Origin: Persia,  Circa date: 1920 – Serab is located in the Sabalan Mountains of Northwestern Iran. This area is known for unique tribal rugs that represent hundreds of years of rug weaving traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation. This rug was created in the 1920s and gives us a few clues to the culture surrounding it.

The antique Persian Serab rugs are often made in small villages from local wools and camel hair. They feature a range of gorgeous reds, browns, and black. This area of the world remained relatively isolated from the commercial trends of the rug industry. As such, these captivating Persian rugs developed into a unique style that includes lozenge-shaped fields and diamond medallions.

Serab rugs show the characteristics of village carpets in that they are often not as precise as those woven in larger cities. The area produces many antique rugs that show a high level of skill development, and this one reminds us that each of these area rugs is a reflection of the skill and individual choices of the artist.

This rug is not symmetrical on both ends, as you would usually see in pieces from this area. It appears as if someone was learning the latticework pattern before moving onto the rest of the rug. The weaving becomes more refined as you move along the piece. This rug is a unique glimpse into the world and culture that produced these works of art. It is evidence of techniques that were passed from one generation to the next and the practice that it takes to create these beautiful masterpieces.

This is a gorgeous piece with a special connection to the time and place where it was created. It is an excellent rug that adds a casual feel to a formal room design. Its tribal feel makes it perfect for a Boho Chic design. This is a small rug that could be mounted and hung on the wall, or you could use it as an accent rug. Regardless of how you use it, this rug has a rare, special connection to the person who created it, making it an exceptional piece for your home.

Shopping Cart