Small Scatter Size Tribal Antique Persian Kurdish Rug 44932
This colorful Kurdish rug features a series of geometric stars inset within polygons woven in bold brick red, Persian blue, green and saffron yellow set over a muted background.
Beautiful and Tribal Small Scatter Size Antique Persian Kurdish Rug, Country of Origin: Persia, Circa date: Late 19th Century – This antique Persian Kurdish rug is a bold tribal rug that highlights bright colors and bold geometric patterns. The beautiful touches of rusty red is certain to bring warmth to any room’s interior design space. The colorful tone of the border accentuates the primitive pattern, enabling the geometric designs to stand out from the neutral earth tone background.
Repeating geometric patterns create a pleasant visual experience along the edges of the rug, drawing attention ever inwards towards the center. A second border is made by a beautiful arrangement of floral designs, essentially forming a wreath around the center of the Oriental rug. One can not help but feel intrigued to follow this small scatter rug forever inward, striving to notice all of the incredible details.
The middle of the Persian rug is no less extraordinary than the border, as it sports a design that makes a delightfully strong statement. There are a variety of gorgeous colors that are woven into multiple rows of stars. These colors pair perfectly with those used in the bordering patterns, offering a smooth transition to the designs that are so carefully placed around the perimeter.
A key detail in this beautiful tribal antique Persian Kurdish rug is the use of contrasting colors in one of the center most rows of stars. The blue background in this row makes the red stars stand out clearly, effectively creating an astounding focal point for the antique Persian Kurdish rug. This antique rug is remarkable in its bold use of shape and color, for it contrasts a variety of tones simultaneously displaying patterns, both small and large. The beautiful visual impact that this tribal Persian rug features is undeniable, to put it simply,