Persian Kirman Beige, Brown and Black Handwoven Wool Rug BB6370 12'5" × 18'7" $30,000
Made in the city of Kerman, famous for exquisite weaving art, this antique carpet is a elegance incarnate. Handmade by a skilled craftsman circa 1920, it immediately charms with its complex pattern, composed of tens of thousands small details. Distinctive floral motif contains a whole garden of most beautiful flowers imaginable. Every single one of them was woven with a great care, characteristic for all Persian rugs.
Central medallion has a form of eight-armed star, not only graceful but also tasteful. Main part of the pattern is surrounded by a thick frame, composed of six individual parts, which perfectly complement each other. Colors were masterfully attuned, as they help to extract the beauty of design while not disturbing the balance. Mix of different shades, inter alia black, beige and brown, gives this sultanabad carpet an aura of grandeur, which will surely enrich any kind of interior.
Doris Leslie Blau has always tried to bring the charm enclosed in antique, Persian rugs closer to people, closer to you.
Persian Kirman Beige, Brown and Black Handwoven Wool Rug BB6370