Vintage Moroccan Rug, Origin: Morocco, Circa: Mid-20th Century – Here is a comely and intriguing vintage carpet – a mid-twentieth century Moroccan piece, resplendent with the typical ivory field and impressive dark brown line work that make these pieces so widely sought after. Beautifully suited for mid-century modern style rooms and spaces, vintage Moroccan carpets such as this appealing example are prized for their tremendous versatility, and the unique minimalist, abstract aesthetics that tend to characterize them. This particular area rug boasts a fascinating composition, consisting primarily of a comply interplay of dark brown detail lines, which come together to form intriguing patterns against the ivory of the ground. Near the top of the carpet, the lines come together to form a loose pattern somewhere in-between a honeycomb and a latticework. Moving gradually lower, however, the lines slightly change their orientation, and join together in a much tighter, more immediately apparent honeycomb. The beautiful negative space lent by the intersecting lines as they form the honeycomb pattern gives this Moroccan rug an exciting and dynamic quality.