Antique Tribal Brown Earth-Tone Persian Bakshaish Runner Rug 45466

Size: 4 ft 6 in x 10 ft 7 in (1.37 m x 3.23 m)
Origin: Persian Rugs

Rendered in a reserved selection of earth-tones, this stately Bakshaish rug features a diverse variety of low-contrast floral motifs and angular vinescrolls.

Antique Persian Bakshaish Rug, Country of Origin: Persia, Circa date: Turn of the 20th Century, 1900 – Here is a beautiful antique Oriental rug – an antique Persian Bakshaish rug that was woven in Persia around the turn of the twentieth century. Characterized by a delightful composition, this antique Bakshaish carpet is a charming example of an intriguing antique Persian rug weaving style. This sophisticated antique Bakshaish rug features an angular arabesque with divergent appendages and flourishing petioles that form a secondary latticework pattern. Angular stepped medallions, floral motifs and small-scale symbols are linked by delicate vine scrolls and central branches embellished with fine outlines. Traditional floral guard-bands and muted turtle and vine-scroll borders decorated with tiny symbols, towering cypress trees and angular vines enclose the sophisticated earth-tone field. Reminiscent of the regal rugs created in Khotan, this antique Bakshaish carpet features bold medallions and small-scale symbols set over a deep walnut brown field decorated with ivory details and complementary neutral hues. A beautiful and exciting antique rug, this antique Persian Bakshaish rug from Persia (modern day country of Iran) is an intriguing example that is sure to elevate any interior space.

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