Vintage Art Deco Rug from Ecuador 45215

Size: 6 ft x 7 ft 7 in (1.83 m x 2.31 m)

Reminiscent of the mythical Nazca Lines, this South American rug from Ecuador features an abstract rectilinear pattern rendered in a combination of reserved colors.

Vintage Art Deco Rug, Origin: Ecuador, Circa: Mid 20th Century – This vintage Art Deco rug from Ecuador was woven during the mid 20th century, around the 1940’s features a graphic rectilinear pattern of interlocking figures with geometric steps and scrolling latch hooks, which are set against a buff ecru field – making this a fascinating example of the variety of vintage carpets. Abstract designs rendered in a thoroughly modern combination of ecru, orange, white and kohl black emphasize the modern style and colors of this minimalist rug from Ecuador. This modern Art Deco rug incorporates abstract glyphs rendered in an angular Inca style with a minimalist composition that marks a departure from Ecuador’s colorful folk art. Modern and ancient influences create a striking visual result using a fire and ice approach fitting for a region with volcanoes, jungles and snow-covered peaks.

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