Midcentury Samarkand Handmade Wool Rug BB7008 5'3" × 8'10" $14,000
The city of Samarkand is well known for being the Islamic center for scholarly study where traditions of ancient crafts important for Islam, such as embroidery, gold embroidery, silk weaving, engraving on copper, ceramics, carving and painting on wood are carefully preserved. Samarkand rugs have been produced in this region since at least the seventeenth century.
A midcentury Samarkand wool rug made in East Turkestan, the gray field with an overall pomegranate lattice design issuing angular leafy wine, in a faded tan and beige geometric border between plain and thin, gray inner borders and oblique stripes outer border.
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Midcentury Samarkand Handmade Wool Rug BB7008