Samarkand Midcentury Red and Blue Handwoven Wool Rug BB7017 4'6" × 7'9" $9,000
Samarkand rugs have an unusual warmth to them that manages even the most barren looking rooms into cozy sanctuaries. Those jewels of Middle Asia continue to bewitch countless rug collectors all over the world with remarkable ease. Few pieces of decor can change an interior so much with relatively little effort. Traditionally produced using the asymmetric Persian knot, Samarkand rugs are famous for their great quality . Nowadays Samarkand rugs are considered to be a luxury and are widely beloved by carpet connoisseurs.
This stunning Samarkand rug is a real treat for the eyes. It was woven in the mid 20th century, circa 1950. Rug’s pattern, while inspired by Oriental art, is a truly original creation. A symmetrical geometric design in the form of highly decorated circles, framed by a richly decorated palette, will certainly be appreciated by both art lovers and those preferring modern decor. The color palette of this rug consists of mostly strong shades, such as red and blue, accompanied by orange and black in the background.
Why are Doris Leslie Blau’s antique rugs and contemporary carpets so often featured on the pages of interior design magazines, such as Architectural Digest or Elle Decor? This is because all of our carpets are authentic pieces, coming from all over the world. If you are yearning for a true beauty and also a bit of luxury, be sure to browse though our website!
Samarkand Midcentury Red and Blue Handwoven Wool Rug BB7017