A Magnificently Beautiful And Very Fine Vintage Ivory Isfahan Persian Rug 51172, Knots Per Square Inch KPSI: 600, The Rug’s Country of Origin and Type: Vintage Persian Rug, Circa / Woven Date: Late 20th Century – This vintage Persian rug was woven in the historic city of Isfahan which is known for its architecture as well as its fine Persian carpets. This magnificent vintage Persian Isfahan rug features a central medallion that is set against a cream background and is surrounded by the magnificently illustrated Islimi arabesque designs.
The inspiration for these magnificent Oriental rugs comes from hundreds of years of rug weaving traditions, poetry, architecture, art and nature.
The colors in this Persian Isfahan rug are rather soft and subdued. The neutral background offers a beautiful backdrop that highlights the details of the rug in such an exquisitely artistic way. It is a finely woven example that was woven using the more modern approach to colors.
This piece features traditional Persian rug designs and motifs. That said, the lighter colors that were selected give it a more modern and contemporary feel which makes it an excellent and versatile option to decorate your room around.
The intricately designed central medallion motif and the fact that it mirrors the colors in the borders, create a sense of order and balance. Once one looks closely at the level of detail, it is no wonder why these Isfahan rugs have been sought after for hundreds of years.
The quality driven approach to the weaving of this magnificent Isfahan rug, is felt in every detail and every knot of the intricate design of this rug. The Iranian signature, that has been woven into the guard border on bottom one end of the rug reads: “Hekmatnejad Isfahan”. This script, which indicated the name of the weaver, is written out in Farsi adds interest to the rug as it points to its origin as well as its global market appeal.
This small size rug would work perfectly as an accent, or a center piece. this vintage Persian Isfahan rug can be used on the floor as a decorative area rug but could just as easily be used as a decorative wall hanging tapestry rug. But regardless of where this rug is placed, it sure to be a conversation piece withing any interior design setting.