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Persian Malayer Runner
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Persian Malayer Runner BB5152 4'2" × 9'5" $18,000

Early 20th century Persian Malayer Runner. Abstract floral and vine design rendered in vibrant warm shades of red, orange, mustard, camel, chocolate brown, ivory with a light blue accent on an abrashed grey and taupe field.

Malayer rugs come from the city of Malayer. This city lies between Hamadan and Sarouk within Iran. Antique Malayer rugs were created by individual weavers during the 1800s and early 1900s for the most part. These Antique Persian rugs display uniqueness in the broad range of designs and choice of colors. They are true artistic creations, and their value reflects their artistry.

Antique rugs are unique in the diversity of design and color that is somewhat atypical for other styles of Persian rugs. Some of the many designs include the sprouting seed, which represents rebirth birds and diamonds surrounded by flowers and vines.


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Price: $18,000

Item No.: BB5152 Circa: 1920 Size: 4'2" × 9'5" (127 × 287 cm)
Style: , Origin: Persia