Large Cypress Tree Design Antique Persian Bakshaish Rug 72352


Size: 13 ft 6 in x 18 ft 6 in (4.11 m x 5.64 m)
Origin: Persian Rugs

Beautiful Cypress Tree Design Large Antique Persian Bakshaish Rug, Country of Origin: Persia, Circa date: 1880 – Bakshaish is one of the oldest rug-weaving villages and is known for its artistic designs that feature many of the motifs you find throughout the region, only in a style that is unique to them. This gorgeous Bakshaish rug from the 1880s brings a softness of line and color with its delicate all-over floral pattern that is filled with the abundance of a summer garden in full bloom.

Persian rugs are a classic that continues to serve as the foundation of the design in traditional and contemporary styles. Many Persian rugs use bold colors with red or blue backgrounds, but this rug takes a softer approach to color by using beautifully blended hues of pink and lighter blues. This rug will bring the splendor of the summer garden to your indoor space. Bakshaish is known for producing pieces on a grand scale that are suitable for wide open spaces.

Bakshaish rugs are a form of artwork that gives you a glimpse into the lives of those who created them. They often used the world around them as inspiration for their beautiful designs. One thing to note in this rug is the abundance of floral motifs. It depicts a garden filled with majestic cypress trees, pomegranates, hyacinths, and many others.

Each of these has a significant meaning. For instance, the cypress represents everlasting life or rebirth. The pomegranate represents abundance and fertility, and the hyacinth stands for regeneration. Plants and flowers often stand for new beginnings, spring, or newlyweds. In the border of the rug, the stair-stepped figures represent mountains, and the blue background is reminiscent of life-giving water. The theme of this rug overflows with abundance, good fortune, and happiness.

This delightful piece will make a cheerful addition to your home or office. It has a light and refreshing feel. The floral elements are arranged in a pattern that lends a sense of formality, much as you would find in the ancient gardens of Persia. The artist used symmetry both on a larger scale and in the individual motifs. This rug is well-suited to a formal dining hall, conversation area, or grand entryway. This rug will soften the feel of the room to create a comfortable and welcoming space that you and your guests will enjoy.

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