Antique Persian Kerman Carpet 48296
Extraordinary throughout, this lovely Kerman features a pallet of subdued pastels, as well as a unique design of compartments framed by flowing vine scrolls.
11 ft 4 in (3.45 m)
14 ft 9 in (4.5 m)
Antique Persian Kerman Carpet, Country of Origin: Persia, Circa Date: Turn of the Twentieth Century – Here is a unique and delightful antique Oriental rug – an antique Kerman carpet that was woven in Persia around the turn of the twentieth century. Extraordinary throughout, this lovely Kerman carpet features a pallet of subdued pastels, as well as a unique design of compartments framed by flowing vine scrolls. Wide borders frame the piece, while a secondary border – that is just as large as the primary border – surrounds the field; this creates a carpet that appears to consist of a series of stacked rectangles. The details throughout this antique Persian rug are extraordinary, as well as impressively varied. Botehs appear throughout the primary border, while the next is characterized by rich, graceful vine scrolls. Gorgeous and rich floral details appear throughout this border as well as throughout the field, which is dominated by a beautiful central medallion. This powerful element emanates energy throughout the entire piece, tying the composition together highly effectively. A beautiful and unique antique rug, this antique Kerman carpet is a stunning example.