Antique Persian Kerman Carpet, Country of Origin: Persia, Circa Date:First Half of the Twentieth Century – Here is a unique and highly appealing antique Oriental rug – an antique Kerman carpet, woven in that inimitable style in Persia during the early decades of the twentieth century. This exciting and distinct carpet boasts a highly distinct composition, setting it rather firmly apart from its peers. A small piece measuring less than three feet in either direction, this remarkable antique Persian carpet takes full advantage of its relatively small surface, upon which an enchanting and unique composition unfolds. Charmingly symmetrical, this composition is characterized by a central floral element, outward from which pour a complex series of vine scrolls and further supporting floral elements. Charming primary and secondary colors contrast pleasingly with the dark blue tone that predominates the field. Unlike many antique Kerman carpets, this unique rug is not bound by a formal border, and its style of drawing makes it a stand out example. A unique and charming carpet, this antique Kerman is characterized primarily by its comely and straightforward composition.