This playful Shiraz Kilim rug was skillfully crafted in Southern Persia in the late 1900s. Handwoven in 100% pure wool, this piece is made up of a typical flat weave which is achieved using a method of tightly interlacing the warps and wefts to create a flat surface, also referred to as a slit woven textile.
A particularly unusual characteristic of this rug is the way the weaver chooses to continue the pictorial patterns from the central field into the surrounding green border. The pictures are made up of people and camels, equally spaced across the rug, each one woven in a tribal style.
By combining geometric patterns, warm colours and contemporary Persian elements with a modern flat weave, this really is a beautiful composition taking influence from both the rug type and the location in which it was woven.
Size: 210 × 136 cm, 6'10" × 4'5" ft
|Colours||Black Rugs, Blue rugs, Red Rugs|
|Origin||Iranian Rugs, Persian Rugs|
|Iranian Rugs||Shiraz Rugs|
|Persian Rugs||Shiraz Rugs|