This is an antique Bidjar rug woven in NorthWest Persia at the end of the 19th century circa 1880. This piece features three axes with protruding branches and blossoming leaves surrounded by rare weeping willow and cypress tree motifs accompanied by an array of small-scale animal and human motifs set on a unique beige background. This is an extremely rare Bidjar coveted by rug connoisseurs for its uncommercialized tribal design and is equally loved by designers for its geometric motifs. The border is decorated with the classical abstract crab design each flanked by a pair of sickle leaves with a central floral motif. This Bidjar was woven on an all-wool foundation and wool pile.
This piece is available in:
- 330 x 212 cm
Condition: Overall Good Condition with some areas of low pile consistent with age.
Please note that this is a unique piece. If you are looking for a similar Rug in a different size, please consult listing below.
If you need a size not listed here, you are welcome to place a bespoke order.
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