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Vintage Samarkand Rug BB6452 7'6" × 15'6" $35,000

$35,000

The ancient town of Samarkand used to be located at the famous Silk Route which had great impact on the development of the unique Samarkand weaving style. Vintage rugs from this oasis city combine influences from various oriental cultures, including Persian, Turkish, Indian or Chinese, and this rich diversity of patterns, techniques and concepts makes them a real treat to all design fans and area rug aficionados.

The imposing vintage Samarkand antique carpet before your eyes is a classic example of this exceptional craftsmanship. Its vast main field proudly bears an allover design of meandering pomegranate tree branches with ripe fruits which constitute an important Persian symbol of fertility and prosperity. This meaningful and mesmerizing theme is enclosed within a series of distinct borders, each of which carrying a different geometric pattern with perceptible Asian and Middle-Eastern vibes.

The whole design is executed in a vibrant carmine shade with subtle touches of rosewood and yellow against the dirty beige background. Besides excellent appearance and profound symbolism, the vintage Samarkand rug can also boast of impeccable quality. Its firm pile was masterfully hand-knotted of the finest wool according to traditional weaving techniques. This outstanding carpet will undoubtedly match a wide array of interior décors, from classic to modern.

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Item No.: BB6452 Circa: 1945 Size: 7'6" × 15'6" (228 × 472 cm)
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Vintage Samarkand Rug BB6452

Vintage Samarkand Rug BB6452

$35,000

Out of stock