Russian Bessarabian Soft Gray, Green and Orange Handwoven Wool Rug BB7393 by DLB
Russian Bessarabian Soft Gray, Green and Orange Handwoven Wool Rug
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Russian Bessarabian Soft Gray, Green and Orange Handwoven Wool Rug BB7393 9'3" × 22'8" $42,000

An early 20th century Russian Bessarabian rugs for sale, the abrashed clean field with scrolling flowers and vines in soft gray, green and orange within a scrolled border of vines and flowers.

The Bessarabian nomenclature relates to a group of nineteenth century carpets and flat weaves or kilims made in the mountainous Carpathian region between the Ukraine and Moldova. Although little is known about the circumstances or workshops where these antique European carpets and flat weaves were fashioned, the output shows a synthesis of local folk motifs and designs inspired by eighteenth century French carpets popular at the Russian Court and in aristocratic circles. Both metropolitan and provincial antique Bessarabian and Ukrainian beautiful rugs are distinguished from Western European urban weavings by less formal designs that manage to achieve an elegant balance between noble and poor, grace and force, making these unique flat weaves among the most sought after of decorative antique rugs and carpets.

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Price: $42,000

Item No.: BB7393 Circa: 1900 Size: 9'3" × 22'8" (281 × 690 cm)
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