Antique Persian Baluch Rug 46449
Arresting tribal guls and beautifully colored symbols arranged in an elegant tiled latticework pattern decorate this magnificent antique Baluch rug from Persia.
Antique Persian Baluch Rug, Origin: Persia, Circa: Early 20th Century – This stunning antique Persian Baluch rug features an assortment of tribal motifs and Turkmen-influenced guls that are placed in a masterful latticework pattern. Elaborate guls with dramatic ram’s horn extensions fill the carefully outlined lozenge-shaped tiles perfectly. This antique rug features decorative tile blocks mark each intersection and turn the lozenges into decorative octagons that fit together seamlessly. Rows of contrasting guls filled with cruciform motifs and inset eye symbols add layers of interest to the highly geometric composition. Latch-hook borders, barber-pole guard bands and zigzagging primary borders filled with geometric stars create a glamorous frame that is filled with practical protection symbols and masterful details that add to the immense appeal of the sharp geometric designs and traditional Baluch color palette.