Pictures and Image Gallery of Antique Persian Heriz Serapi And Bakshaish Rugs
In this page, we will showcase picture of antique Persian Heriz, Serapi and Bakshaish rugs. In the past we have posted about the differences of Heriz vs Serapi vs Bakshaish but as the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. As you will see in the pictures of the Persian rugs below, there are a few characteristics that you can follow to help understand how these antique rugs differ from each other. As you examine the images of the antique Persian Heriz Serapi and Bakshaish rugs below, make sure to focus on the patterns and how they relate to the overall rug design.
As a general rule and as you will see in the pictures of antique Persian Heriz Serapi And Bakshaish Rugs below, you will notice that:
- Most antique Persian Heriz rugs will have a much more busy and small design.
- Most antique Persian Serapi rugs will have rug design patterns that are very similar to the Heriz rugs, just that with Serapi carpets, you will see a more open design with larger scale patterns.
- Most antique Persian Bakshaish rugs will tend have more of a tribal rug feel with more open patterns that tend to look more primitive.
- In addition to the above attributes, antique rug dealers tend to reference the older examples as Bakshaish, then Serapi and the youngest versions will be called Heriz.
- All of these rugs and carpets were woven in the Northwest Persian area. That said, only the oldest rug examples of the antique Persian Heriz, Serapi and Bakshaish rugs will be called Northwest Persian rugs.
Now you can put the above mentioned points to the test.
Review the selection of the pictures of antique Persian Heriz Serapi and Bakshaish Rugs below:
In this page we feature a grouping of pictures of antique Persian Heriz Serapi And Bakshaish rugs. But, in case you are interested, we also have other pages with images of Oriental rugs: