For those of us who are mystically or spiritually inclined: 8 carpets from the Doris Leslie Blau collection that conjure and reflect the many questions of life and the universe.
An exceptional mid-19th century Chinese antique rug, the abrashed light brown field with sparse cloud forms and depiction of dragon in the center.
An early 20th century antique Indian fragment rug, the light brown field with an indigo symmetrical, but frenetic design throughout.
A second quarter 20th century modernist rug, the sand field with an overblown irregular medallion with curving fire.
French Art Deco Rug BB4545 9′ × 5’10” 1930 $35,000
An early 20th century French Art Deco landscape rug depicting abstracted hills and trees – with a dynamic depiction of light come from the sky.
Chinese Deco Rug BB2353 19’8” × 13’1” Circa: 1920 $65,000
An early 20th century Chinese Dragon design rug depicting dragons in levels above the surface of the living world.
French Deco Rug by Paul Follot BB4966 12’7” × 12’7” 1925 $95,000
A Circular Art Deco Rug Designed by Paul Follot for the Salon de Musique – an interior in Paris also of his own design. Perfect for channeling your inner Susan Miller.
Samarkand (Khotan) Carpet BB4369 10′ × 4’9” 1900 $28,000
An antique early 20th century Samarkand (Khotan) carpet, the yellow field with vines and geometric floral motifs around ying-yang medallions along the center.