Tribally Beautiful Jewel Tone Antique Rustic Caucasian Karabagh Hallway Runner Rug, Country Origin: Caucasus, Circa date: 1920 – The antique Caucasian Karabagh rugs are known for being some of the most “out-of-the-box” and unique of all the antique Caucasian rugs. These are truly some of the most facinating types of area rugs with their unusual happy color combinations and whimsical tribal designs. This antique tribal hallway runner rug is a great example of what makes these antique rugs so facinating and desirable.
The jewel tone rug colors sparkle against the darker navy blue background which creates a facinating and happy artistic impact. The border prominently features the “S” protective rug motif symbol. This is a protective symbol, which is based on the Zoroastrianism sun design. It is mostly seen in border designs of tribal rugs and is meant to serve as to stave off any form of back luck or the evil eye.
The main designs in the field are a beautiful amalgam of facinating tribal patterns in rich happy colors. The geometric rug designs are symmetrical and give the feel of symmetry which adds a sense of order and formality to the otherwise overwhelmingly tribal and whimsical design. The arrangement of the main motifs draws the eye along the entire length of the antique Caucasian Karabagh runner rug, creating a sense of grand scale.
Without a doubt, area rugs like this antique tribal Caucasian Karabagh runner rug will make any hallway, or even room, look large and expansive, bestowing a sense of openness and airiness. If you are currently shopping for good area rugs to buy for your decor, this antique Karabagh rug is the type of area rug style that works well with large, ornate, traditional furniture, or as the centerpiece of a more subdued modern look. This magnificent antique Caucasian tribal hallway runner rug adds color, contrast and scale like few other rustic rugs or accent pieces can do. The only thing that one can say about this tribal and artistic antique Caucasian Karabagh rug is that it is simply magnificent.