This wonderful rug was made in the early 1900s in one of the Qashqai villages by a semi-nomadic people around the mountains of Qashqai. The wool is from their own sheep and it has an excellent all wool pile plus the warp and weft is also wool. It has old vegetable dyes that have aged to a wonderful patina and are in excellent condition with no stains, repairs, or other issues. The size is 5.0 x 9.9 and is very finely knotted. The women who wove these rugs used a ground loom and create the designs from memory using traditional colors and design elements of that tribe. They will express themselves individually by incorporating small features like flowers, animals, people, and other items that they like and are familiar with so no two rugs are ever the same. These are rare to find today and especially in such fine condition. The rarest feature is that this rug is signed, Keshavarz Sabeer, which is extremely rare in Qashqai rugs. This has the makings of being woven when this group or tribe of Qashqai people were nomadic. An original work of art from the distant past to be cherished and admired for a lifetime. V-292 $850.
The beauty of Persian carpets is timeless and never goes out of fashion. This will be enjoyed for generations to come. Persian Carpets are the original that others copy and are appreciated and valued worldwide.
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