4x7 Antique Farahan Sarouk Persian Rug
:: Quite a unique antique rug. A Farahan Sarouk Persian rug circa 1890 that not only has an end with its original plain weave still intact, but also, has a shape along with its center medallion that changes from one end to the other which is something that was often intentionally done by weavers back in the day as a way to begin the process of weaving upon a loom. The colors of this rug are quite beautiful with gold and seafoam green detailing, and the light and dark side of the carpet vary greatly. When you take a walk around the rug, because of the non-symmetrical shape and the drastic light + dark side variations, you are able to see many different looks of just this one carpet which perhaps was the creative intention of the weaver. Condition is quite nice with very even wear close to knot heads with overcast ends and near full restoration to the rug's original selvage. Measures in at 4' on the wider end and 3'10" on the more narrow end x 6'6" in its length. The rug is clean and all ready to use in your home!
:: Also Photographed; Seafoam Green Herman Miller X Base
Item ID: 01173
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