12'4" × 18'0"
An early 20th century Persian Malayer rug, the midnight blue field with an allover trellis of palmettes and angular flowering vinery within a camel millefleur and palmette vinery border.
Malayer rugs come from the city of Malayer. This city lies between Hamadan and Sarouk within Iran. Antique Malayer Persian rugs were created by individual weavers during the 1800s and early 1900s for the most part. These antique carpets display uniqueness in the broad range of designs and choice of colors. They are true artistic creations, and their value reflects their artistry.