Small Tribal Antique Caucasian Shirvan Rug 71598
Beautiful Antique Caucasian Shirvan Rug, Country of Origin: Caucasian, Circa date: 1900 – The tribal antique Caucasian Shirvan rugs are some of the finest and most sophisticated types of antique Caucasian rugs of the tribes of the Caucasus Mountains. This Shirvan rug features a recognizable diagonal stripe pattern that will add color to a Boho Chic or tribal room design. This gorgeous piece was created around the turn of the 20th century and is an excellent way to add a touch of color to your room.
One of the features that gives Caucasian Shirvan rugs their charm is the inclusion of “secondary” motifs tucked into the design so that they are almost hidden unless you look close. As demand for these captivating antique rugs grew, and productions increased, these little nuances disappeared. But this magnificent example still has them, even though many of its counterpart area rugs no longer included them.
One example of this is the little animal tucked into the left-hand edge of the boteh band. You will also notice that several of the dots in the center of the band are not dots but appear to be letters or writing. These little nuances are what give Shirvan rugs their character and are one of the reasons for their popularity.
The design of this rug has a strong connection to the artist and the people who created it. The brilliant red bands have a tribal symbol known as the “boteh” and represent the eternal flame or seed of life. This rug tells a fascinating story and has a strong cultural connection.
This is a magnificent piece for its color and the fine details throughout that add interest. It is a color filled piece that is perfect for adding splash of color to the space. It is a smaller size rug that could be used in front of a sofa, under a small table, or mounted as a piece of large-scale wall art. This is a fascinating Caucasian Shirvan and would make a beautiful addition to your home décor or office.