Crafted in the city of Shiraz, this Vintage Persian rug was hand knotted by settled tribal weavers, which makes the design remarkably similar to those created by Qashqai and Khamseh tribesmen.
This particular piece is finely knotted in a traditionally Persian red and navy blue palette and features a repetitive diamond motif also known as a lozenge. This rug was likely woven in the mid-1900s on a fixed loom using strong wool and asymmetrical knots. This process makes the weave relatively coarse, yet the texture of the finished rug feels soft to the touch.
Size: 180 × 134 cm, 5'10" × 4'4" ft
|Colours||Blue rugs, Red Rugs|
|Origin||Iranian Rugs, Persian Rugs|
|Iranian Rugs||Shiraz Rugs|
|Persian Rugs||Shiraz Rugs|