Vintage Swedish Marianne Richter Rug 71325 by Nazmiyal Antique Rugs
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Vintage Swedish Marianne Richter Rug 71325

$12,750.00

Size: 6 ft 5 in x 9 ft 1 in (1.96 m x 2.77 m)

Beautiful Vintage Swedish Marianne Richter Rug, Country of Origin: Scandinavia, Circa date: Vintage Swedish rugs such as this one, have a modern and contemporary feel that brings elegance and charm to a room. It magnificently displays geometric elements in precise and balanced proportions. This vintage Swedish rug was created by Marianne Ricther, an apprentice of the famed weaver Marta Maas-Fjetterstrom. Maas was the most notable figure in the weaving of vintage Scandinavian rugs during the mid-twentieth century. Richter and other textile designers created handmade area rugs in Maas-Fjetterstrom’s studio in Bastad, Sweden. Richter also taught at the prestigious Konstfack textile department. She led a new wave of mid-century modern design emerging from Scandinavia.

After centuries of exposure to fine Oriental rugs, the Scandinavians started creating their rugs in Scandinavia, called Ryas, by the 14th century. The vintage Swedish Rya rugs were thick rugs with shaggy, long piles to help against the severe Scandinavian winters. Traditional Rya rugs were also used in marriage ceremonies throughout Scandinavia in the Middle Age and adorned with symbols of the couple’s union. These vintage rugs were soon found throughout Scandinavia in the Middle Ages, replacing Oriental rugs. In the 20th century, Ryas burst into popularity as their abstract, geometric elements attracted modernist designers. Richter ’s Ryas were common interior decor pieces during the pop art movement of the mid 20th century.

Modern and vintage Scandinavian rugs tend to feature more geometric shapes and designs. This soft green vintage Swedish Marianne Richter rug displays even rectangular forms in a panel design as the rug is compartmentalized into rectangles. This calming vintage Swedish area rug can be broken apart into four, rectangular sections horizontally and vertically, creating 16 rectangles within the field. This Swedish Richter rug includes simple yet complex geometric designs.

The horizontal lines consist of rounded squares and the vertical lines are made of intricate, fine lines pointing downward. It creates a sense of movement and continuation in the field. The green vintage Swedish rug consists of elegant lines and geometric designs in a flawless and effortless manner. This Swedish rug is a dynamic piece to have in a room. The shades of green within the wool pile rug give an earthly and natural tone. This rug is a mid century modern and chic piece of minimalist art expressive of the mid century style.

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