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Primitive Vintage Moroccan Rug 70569 by Nazmiyal NYC
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Primitive Vintage Moroccan Rug 70569

$12,600.00

Size: 5 ft 7 in x 10 ft 10 in (1.7 m x 3.3 m)
Origin: Morocco

Stunning Primitive Vintage Moroccan Rug, Country Of Origin: Morocco, Circa Date: Mid 20th Century – A true work of art, this stunning primitive vintage Moroccan rug truly hearkens back to the ancient history of Moroccan carpets. Moroccan carpets were culturally and economically significant to the Moroccan people. Originating in the Paleolithic Era, the Moroccan’s were a nomadic tribe that created these rugs for a variety of uses.

Despite the many years of evolution, the Moroccan rug has remained popular interior decoration even today. Over the years, there have been many different adaptations and iterations of traditional Moroccan rugs.

However, this primitive vintage Moroccan rug fully embodies the style of its ancient predecessors. With its prominent use of the colors red, yellow, and black, the rug evokes imagery of old cave paintings to echo the bygone era of the Moroccan tribe. Originally, these rugs not only played a practical role in tribe life but also a cultural one. Stories were woven into the fabric of these rugs and designs were passed down from generation to generation.

Moroccan rugs often depicted a sequence of symbols that represented events. As the years passed, some weavers abandoned this idea to spread their adaptation of the Moroccan design. This primitive vintage Moroccan rug is particularly unique because it resembles a more traditional style.

Like many Moroccan rugs, there is very little perfect symmetry in its design. A giant yellow shape somewhat occupies the center of the rug and draws focus as a centerpiece, but its placement is not exactly in the middle. This yellow symbol almost resembles a hand, although multiple interpretations speculate about its nature.

Most importantly, the entire design of the rug from Morocco is unique. The top of the rug is completely different than the bottom half, and even the diamonds don’t have perfectly straight lines. The diamonds form a geometric sequence and pattern on opposite sides of the yellow center shape but have noticeable differences in size and shape.

This vintage Moroccan rug has a distinct, primitive aesthetic that pays homage to its tribal past. Its design makes it clear that it’s a culturally rich carpet with a fascinating history, while its warm earthy color palette adds a cozy feeling to any room.

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