Antique Persian Hamadan runner BB3258
An early 20th century Persian Hamadan runner carpet, the abrashed tan ground with overall geometric and angular floral motifs around a central group of linked diamond medallions with blue serrated edges and containing abstract floral motifs within a primitive ivory border of square-shaped flowerheads.
Hamadan is an ancient city in the area formerly known as Persia and now Iran. The history of the city may even be traced to the Biblical story of Esther. Today, Hamadan is a large city west of Tehran, Iran’s capital. Antique Hamadan Persian rugs come from the area around this city. As with most rug production, the name of the antique carpet generally refers to the city of sale rather than the city of production. The Hamadan region actually consists of over one thousand villages. Many of these villages welcomed refugees and served as homes for different ethnicities and religious variations. This diversity promoted the creation of tapestries that reflected the same level of diversity. Hamadan rugs feature different designs, but they all enjoy excellent quality and value
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