Gallery Size Blue Background Antique Persian Kerman Rug 71336

Original price was: $32,000.00.Current price is: $25,600.00.

Size: 9 ft x 18 ft (2.74 m x 5.49 m)
Origin: Persian Rugs

Gallery Size Blue Background Antique Persian Kerman Rug, Country of Origin: Persia, Circa Date: 1900 – The beautiful Persian rugs from Kerman are known for their elegance and fine details. This gorgeous antique rug, with a light blue background, was made around the turn of the 20th century, and is fit for a royal palace. It is a rare find and has several characteristics that make it stand out.

The design of the rug features a central medallion surrounded by pendants and formal corners. It shows a precision in symmetry that gives it a formal quality. The design is reminiscent of the reflecting pools that were often found in the formal courtyards and entrances to palaces during the Safavid Dynasty. It exudes elegance and sophistication, making it a perfect accompaniment to a traditional or Grand Millennial-style room.

This soft and intricate antique Persian Kerman rug contains an inscription on both ends which adds more interest to the overall artistic impact. This piece shows exquisite artistry and attention to fine detail that is only found in the rugs from the famed Kerman workshops. In these workshops, masters of the craft supervised skilled artisans to create works of art that captured the imagination of the world.

This fine Persian rug has a distressed look that gives it a unique character and charm. Blue is a color that designers turn to when they want to create a sense of calm and serenity in the space. This year, blue is a color that is finding its way into many paint palettes and interior color combinations. This one has a watery feel that adds a touch of nature to the room.

Garden or architectural themes are common designs among Kerman rugs. The blue background and formal floral elements bring a touch of nature to the indoor space.

Throughout this antique Persian rug, you will see a design that resembles modern paisley. This symbol is an ancient one that is known as the “boteh” or “eternal flame.” It is also known as the “seed of life” and represents the continuity of life and regeneration. This is an exquisite piece that will make a statement in any space that is large enough to accommodate it.

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