Antique Persian Heriz 8 x 11 H-79

$1,850.00

A beautiful antique Persian Heriz Circ. 1915-1930 vintage.  The exact size is 8.2 x 10.6 and it is in excellent condition with no stains, repairs, cuts, or other issues.  The colors have mellowed and have that wonderful patina of age with some abrash.  A rare find for so beautiful a carpet with this age and condition and will be a treasured addition for someone’s home for generations to come.  My price of $1850 is way below its wholesale value with a retail of 8-10K.

The beauty of Persian carpets is timeless and never go out of fashion.  This will be enjoyed for generations to come.  Persian Carpets are the original that others copy and are appreciated and valued world-wide.

I sell Persian carpets below U.S. Wholesale, I only sell genuine fine hand knotted Persian Carpets (top 10%) and for less that anyone.  My web site, www.RugNet.com list my current selection with photos, description, and prices.  I’m retired and work out of my home, no overhead, no stress, it’s a hobby.  Take a few minutes and visit rugnet.com and see how affordable really fine and beautiful carpets can be.  I only sell carpets that are either new or in excellent conditions, my buyer’s agent carefully checks each rug, no repairs, stains, heavy wear, damage, or other issues allowed.  All carpets are professional cleaned before leaving Iran (by law).

FREE SHIPPING   5-day Home Approval.   Payment via PayPal, Credit Card, Cash or Check.  H-79

Note on Abrash:  The appearance of slight deviations within the same color is called abrash.  Abrash is seen in traditionally dyed oriental rugs. Its occurrence suggests that a single weaver has likely woven the carpet, who did not have enough time or resources to prepare a sufficient quantity of dyed yarn to complete the rug. Only small batches of wool were dyed from time to time. When one batch of wool was used up, the weaver continued with the newly dyed batch. Because the exact hue of color is rarely met again when a new batch is dyed, the color of the pile changes when a new row of knots is woven in. As such, the color variation suggests a village or tribal woven rug, and is appreciated as a sign of quality and authenticity.

 

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SKU: H-79

A beautiful antique Persian Heriz Circ. 1915-1930 vintage.  The exact size is 8.2 x 10.6 and it is in excellent condition with no stains, repairs, cuts, or other issues.  The colors have mellowed and have that wonderful patina of age with some abrash.  A rare find for so beautiful a carpet with this age and condition and will be a treasured addition for someone’s home for generations to come.  My price of $1850 is way below its wholesale value with a retail of 8-10K.

The beauty of Persian carpets is timeless and never go out of fashion.  This will be enjoyed for generations to come.  Persian Carpets are the original that others copy and are appreciated and valued world-wide.

I sell Persian carpets below U.S. Wholesale, I only sell genuine fine hand knotted Persian Carpets (top 10%) and for less that anyone.  My web site, www.RugNet.com list my current selection with photos, description, and prices.  I’m retired and work out of my home, no overhead, no stress, it’s a hobby.  Take a few minutes and visit rugnet.com and see how affordable really fine and beautiful carpets can be.  I only sell carpets that are either new or in excellent conditions, my buyer’s agent carefully checks each rug, no repairs, stains, heavy wear, damage, or other issues allowed.  All carpets are professional cleaned before leaving Iran (by law).

FREE SHIPPING   5-day Home Approval.   Payment via PayPal, Credit Card, Cash or Check.  H-79

Note on Abrash:  The appearance of slight deviations within the same color is called abrash.  Abrash is seen in traditionally dyed oriental rugs. Its occurrence suggests that a single weaver has likely woven the carpet, who did not have enough time or resources to prepare a sufficient quantity of dyed yarn to complete the rug. Only small batches of wool were dyed from time to time. When one batch of wool was used up, the weaver continued with the newly dyed batch. Because the exact hue of color is rarely met again when a new batch is dyed, the color of the pile changes when a new row of knots is woven in. As such, the color variation suggests a village or tribal woven rug, and is appreciated as a sign of quality and authenticity.