This is an antique silk Farahan rug woven in Central Persia at the end of the 19th century circa 1880. This piece features a large purple central medallion decorated with the famous Harati pattern set on a beig-coloured background and the corner medallions follow suit with the central medallion’s design but in a powder blue colour. A unique feature of this piece is the small-scale animal motifs spread throughout the field. The border is decorated with repeating flowers interconnected by a vine design and flanked by connecting leaf motifs set on a beige background. Silk Farahans are extremely rare pieces due to the low production making these rugs highly coveted by collectors and connoisseurs.
This piece has been woven on a silk foundation and made using silk pile and all-natural vegetable dyes.
This piece is available in:
- 210 x 133 cm
Condition: Excellent with some areas of wear 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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