Blue Antique Vase Design Persian Tabriz Rug, Country Of Origin: Persia, Circa Date: 1910 — This Persian Tabriz rug features a stunning, almost fiery color scheme. The vibrant reds and oranges play out on the foreground, with a few light blues tempering their warmth. The rich colorful vase design is bright against a blue background, reminiscent embers slowly dying on a bed of charcoal.
Flowers bloom in its center and within its borders, sprouting from vines that wind around its length. The pattern is connected with a curved latticework that look like panes of a window, but segment the Persian rug in more organic ways. Brightly jewel tone colored and stylized leaves flare out from stems, looking like the eyes of a peacock’s feathers. The blue colored background is dark and regal, the main tempering force in this brightly woven and colorful artwork. It gives the impression that everything that this blue antique vase design Persian Tabriz rug depicts is taking place at night.
The design of the antique Oriental rug is made out of a variety of contrasting characteristics. The antique rug displays neither abstract geometry nor staunch realism, the colors are neither warm nor cool, neither bright nor dark. It might not be a stretch to say that the blue rug seems almost to have been woven purely out of oxymoron’s, like a fire that burns cold. It is this contrast of distinct elements, perhaps more even than its attention to detail, that gives this antique vase Design Persian Tabriz rug its unique impression.