Antique Persian Meshad Rug BB3547

Antique Persian Meshad Rug Description:

A late 19th century Persian Meshad rug, the abrashed pale rust field with an overall palmette and floral vinery trellis within a dense sand palmette and floral vinery border.

With a good supply of soft wool and high quality craftsmen, Meshad has had a reputation as one of the most prolific, creative, and highly stylized sources of beautiful Persian carpets making them easily identified throughout the centuries. Most Mashhad carpets have corner-medallion designs strewn with flowers. The medallion, quarter-foils, and the main field of the antique carpet are typically dark-red or black-blue. The medallion in Mashhad carpet is often circular with sixteen appendages or oval. The main field of the carpet is frequently strewn with motifs adopted from filigree works of Kerman and Yazd. Considering the design, weave, and coloring of these carpets for sale, they are very easily distinguished from carpets woven in Yazd or Kerman.

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