A Magnificently Sophisticated Green Color Vintage Geometric Art Deco Pattern Area Rug, This Origin Of This Art deco Rug Is: India, Circa / Weaving Date: Early 20th Century – This extremely artistic rug is indicative of an art deco design that uses only a few lines to convey the appearance of complexity. This is typical of the art deco movement and an attempt to use traditional rug designs and modernize them. The result is something that is quite elegant and wonderfully refined.
Woven in India, this captivating vintage Art Deco Indian area rug features a sliced medallion flanked by inverted chevrons and delicate floral sprays, characteristic of vintage rugs from the region. Handsome honeycomb borders woven in a striking combination of blue, celadon and brown, which are exceptionally fitting for the Arts and Crafts and Art Deco styles, frame the field with a towering columnar composition. This piece is extremely unusual in both the colors that were used as well as the design and how it was put together. This is usually indicative of a custom woven area rug that was created based on someone’s specific request.
Poly chromatic borders woven in a contrasting combination of cerise, peach, ivory, coco brown and blue surround the pale celadon field that features a subtle ivory abrash. Isolated floral sprays, trellises and abstract decoupage-like details dot the field with an airy composition reminiscent of a Nichols carpet. This fantastic vintage Art Deco Indian rug features a formal composition with organized elements that retain their casual charm.
The wonderful colors of bolder colors in this antique artistic art deco design area rug and natural design elements give it a feel that reflects the natural world. Any period art deco piece should be at the top of any true rug collector’s list. This is because of the change that the iconic art deco movement brought about in the world of art during the early part of the 20th century.