Beautiful And Quite Remarkable Long and Narrow Antique Persian Tabriz Runner Rug, Country of Origin / Rug Type: Persian Rug, Circa Date: 1900 – This magnificent antique Persian Tabriz rug is a truly delightful and artistic antique hall runner. Warm rustic tones of orange, creamy beige, pastel brown and soft gray are beautifully blended with multiple shades of blue. Elaborate geometric structures with ornate floral decals are skillfully woven along the entire length of the Persian rug’s elegantly narrow facade. This antique Persian Tabriz runner rug is a stunning work of art that rivals paintings and frescoes as well as most other decorative floor coverings.
The central field is formed by five complex diamond shaped medallions as well as a unique and subtle background of rustic grey brown and blue layers. These layers are woven together for a stunning abashed effect.
This magnificent antique Persian Tabriz runner rug features five floating diamond figures. These medallion designs alternate in mellow tones of rust and cream, varying slightly in their style of surface design elements. The three rust colored medallions contain a larger and more densely populated pattern of blue, brown, rust green and cream floral ornamentation. On the other hand, the cream colored medallions are smaller, with lovely scalloped edges and subtle design elements in both neutral lighter brown and grayish blue tones.
The beautifully rendered encompassing border of this antique Persian Tabriz runner rug, creates a picturesque frame for the central field. The most prominent layer is the soft rust main border which is embellished with a continuous blue vine, that is decoratively studded with cream and brown florets. Two delicate thinner guard borders hem each side of this main border, completing the entire design of the antique Oriental carpet with a fashionable flair.
This marvelous antique Persian Tabriz Runner rug is sure to add an elegant and sophisticated charm to any home interior design setting. It is the kind of antique rug that people simply gravitate to – which is also the signed of a truly great and remarkable work of art.