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Exhibiting a bold presence, this uniquely patterned Baluch rug features a patchwork motif of bird and animal pictographs on a crimson background. Tasseled, highly stylized and colorful border rows exquisitely frame the center field. Baluch rugs are woven near the southeastern border of Iran and in western regions of Pakistan and southern Afghanistan. These carpets reflect their tribal and often nomadic background, originally made for use over felt mats on soft earth in or near tents.
Heriz Antique This lavish and intricate blend of color and crisp geometric design forms a warm sense of playfulness that finds itself at home in any setting. The Heriz style, which originated as a Northwest Persian adaptation of early room-size Sarouk carpets, has a more abstract village sensibility. Its elegant rectilinear arabesques and delicate floral motifs in beautiful colors come alive with hues, textures and poetic symbols.
The overall coffee patina provides a warm and inviting backdrop for the geometric border and two prominent chocolate-edged medallions showcased in the center field of this contemporary Kars rug. A city located in eastern Turkey, Kars lies on the Armenian border near Russia. It has a significant Kurdish population and is the center of Azeri culture. Kars rugs are finely hand-woven and knotted by women using skills that have been passed down through families for generations.
A city located in eastern Turkey, Kars lies on the Armenian border near Russia. It has a significant Kurdish population and is the center of Azeri culture. Kars rugs are finely hand-woven and knotted by women using skills that have been passed down through families for generations. With an almost Native American feel, this inviting carpet features a coffee patina beneath a geometric border with two prominent chocolate-edged medallions showcased in the center field.
Experienced collectors will quickly note the masterful orchestration of traditional motifs in which creatively rendered patterns blossom expectedly within this carpet’s deeply time-softened, naturally dyed color palette and tantalizing design. A sophisticated palette of deep reds, rich blues and subtle creams imbue this showpiece with a cosmopolitan feel, while intricate details create juxtaposition in the design.
This exquisite Lavar antique features an intricate level of detail, floral patterns, and a vast meadow of reds and blues that dance and sway in flowing motions. Lavar rugs have been appreciated by western collectors for many years because of their exceptional quality, unique and subtle patterns, and elegantly classical design. Combined with multiple variations in color, each rug creates both a warm and welcoming feel, with a pleasing juxtaposition that results in an effortless sophistication. Lavar carpets are known for their and boast a high demand all around the world.
Experienced collectors will revere this resplendent and evocative piece of art as they appeal strongly to both connoisseurs and interior designers. Antique Mahal style rugs showcase and highlight the classical Persian allover patterns, usually in soft earth tones and subtle pastels. Mahal rugs are distinctively hand-woven, and their geometric designs have proved such an enduring success that collectors seek the elegant but playful designs, as they suit both modern and traditional interiors.
Entirely resplendent and an evocative work of art, this “Chessboard” Mamluk carpet offers a colorful and remarkable composition comprised of hexagons, octagons and squares, forms that hint at the search to represent unity or singularity within complexity. The Mamluk Dynasty, originally “slave-soldiers” of Turkic descent, came to power in Egypt in the mid-13th century. By the 15th century, they’d established a thriving carpet industry in their capital, Cairo.
Zigzag patterns and bold, geometric shapes in black, white, red and gray make a definitive and powerful statement in this antique Navajo rug. No two types of antique Navajo rug are exactly alike, but all harmonize beautifully with wood furniture and handmade accessories. The Navajo (Dine (dih-NEH) in their own language) are Athabascan-speaking people who migrated to the Southwest from Canada in about the 15th century. Navajo women learned weaving in the mid-1600s from their Pueblo Indian neighbors who had been growing and weaving cotton since about 800 AD.
Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, roughly 100 miles directly south of the city of Istanbul in Turkey, home to some of the most decoratively Persian-influenced Oushak rugs of all time. Boasting an understated palette of soft coffee, copper and dusky sand, these rugs are a combination of delicate patterning and bold iconic shapes, which allow this carpet to create an engaging highlight for the modern living environment. This sophisticated carpet’s surprisingly angular arabesques offer a distinctive, nomadic air that’s both primitive and modern.
Antique Oushak rugs traditionally come from the Aegean region of western Turkey, approx. 100 miles south of Istanbul. Oushak has been a center of Turkish rugs since the 15th century. These regal carpets boast a long and distinguished tradition, and this sophistication joins artistic genius to create a rug of exceptional quality and unparalleled craftsmanship. Soft apricot and golden saffron tones create a light, whimsical feel enhanced by soft and lustrous wool. Oushak rugs have become the rugs of choice for many of the top interior decorators and prominent collectors in the world today.
A sophisticated palette of cream, sandy beige and almond imbue this showpiece with a cosmopolitan feel while quirky angular designs lend a certain primitive air. A starburst border frames four large zigzag medallions, magnifying their classically simple craftsmanship. Oushak rugs traditionally come from a province in the Aegean region of western Turkey, approximately 100 miles south of Istanbul.
This venerable antique Oushak carpet clearly reflects graceful composition and fascinating detail in the mirror images wrought from its deeply time-softened, naturally dyed colors and tantalizing design. With a stunning ivory, green and orange palette woven from luxurious and silky goat’s wool, Oushak rugs come from in a province in the Aegean region of western Turkey, approximately 100 miles south of Istanbul.
Rich and sophisticated uses of soft earth tones combine with delicate patterns to bring out this masterpiece’s vibrancy. A cherished characteristic of the Oushak weave, muted hues of apricot and celadon complement the feel to create a delicate balance that brightens any environ like splashing rays of a November sun. Oushak rugs, originated in the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, are home to some of the most notable Persian-influenced Oushak rugs. Its delightful pairing of bright celadon and warm apricot brings an opulent glow to any room setting – modern or formal.
With its prominent central medallion motif so characteristic of the Serapi carpet, this piece subtly brings the eye’s focus to the center of the field. A hand-woven beauty in cream, beige and russet, it is a masterpiece of unforgettable and confident artistic expression. The Serapi style borrows heavily from the Heriz style, which originated as a northwest Persian adaptation of early Sarouk Farahan medallion room-size rugs but with a more geometric, abstract, village sensibility.
The Serapi style combines the best design elements from many traditions, and is known for the magical ambiance it brings to a wide range of décor. A hand-woven beauty in cream, beige and russet, this is truly a masterpiece of unforgettable artistic expression. With its prominent central medallion motif so characteristic of the Serapi style, this piece subtly brings the eye’s focus to the center of the field.
Experienced collectors will revere this resplendent and evocative piece of art as they appeal strongly to both connoisseurs and interior designers. At the heart of the central medallion, an eight-petal floral design and leaf-like motif represent the abundance of a fruitful life. Here, warm amber, pumpkin and celadon tones create a sublime composition of technical and artistic ability.
In this antique piece, the articulation of the cross medallion is crisply rendered and surrounded by linear abstract shapes. The Serapi style combines the best design elements from many traditions, and is known for the magical ambiance it brings to a wide range of décor. These distinctive and unique designs have been appreciated by collectors of all levels for many years because of their exceptional quality, unique and intricate patterns, and elegantly classical design.
Warm amber and celadon tones create a sublime composition of technical and artistic ability. Here the Serapi style combines the best patterns and design elements from many traditions. Blends of lush dark chocolates, walnuts and vanillas are finely woven into this lovingly crafted piece that balances rich colors with lively geometric shapes to form a masterpiece that invokes a feeling of a fable retold through the ages.
At the heart of the central medallion, an eight-petal floral design and leaf-like motif represents the abundance of a fruitful life. Here, warm amber, pumpkin and celadon tones create a sublime composition of technical and artistic ability. The Serapi style combines the best design elements from many traditions, and is known for the magical ambiance it brings to a wide range of décor.
This bold dynamic centerpiece and exquisite use of color create an exceptionally tasteful composition for an antique. Serapi rugs are manufactured in what was known as the Sarab region of Persia now located in Azerbaijan and northern Iran. Dramatic scale and effect are juxtaposed with a graceful sense of design, lending a regal grandeur to placement, while simultaneously lending a welcoming sense of delight.
Elegant curvilinear floral designs set against a black and red field create a stunning dimensionality across the entire field of this Shahabas carpet. Traditional and refined, this rug’s stately design and opulent colors are suggestive of a royal court or mosque setting. Named after an Iranian monarch, the Shahabas carpet is woven on a solid double warp, creating a board-like stiffness that holds them flat to the floor.
Muted tones of ochre, umber, celadon and ivory create arabesque, palmettes and lotus-motifs in elegant shapes in this delightful Shahabas carpet. Beautiful and elaborate, this finely knotted piece displays a full range of meandering botanical artistry. Named after an Iranian monarch, the Shahabas carpet is woven on a solid double warp, creating a board-like stiffness that holds them flat to the floor.
The embodiment of traditional elegance, this collectors-level carpet boasts bold geometric shapes throughout the piece, paying subtle homage to nomadic tribal culture. The center’s expansive field is filled with a lush profusion of warm blues, earth tones and vibrant reds. Its distinguished pattern creates a rich array of naturalistic forms unfolding dynamically across the surface, and is reminiscent of botanicals percolating across valley plains.
An eclectic combination of Persian rug design and botanical designs grace this Tabriz rug. The unusual lighter colored border gives prominence to the darker center field, illuminating the technical complexity and diversity of variation found within it. The city of Tabriz in northwestern Iran has been one of the foremost Persian rug-producing towns since the 16th century, and the center of the world’s weaving community since the 1800’s.
Of peerless artistic magnitude, these Persian Tribal rugs offer a level of refinement and technical brilliance that is seldom seen. A dazzling study in delicious tawny, golden and apricot tones, its center field holds a dichotomy of patterns that seem ever changing and whimsical. Persian Tribal rugs come mainly from Caucasus, a region situated between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, and which lies at the very heart of the rug-weaving world.
This softly colored Tribal carpet is imbued with an understated palette of ivory and beige, with hints of walnut brown. Its distinctive, tile-like border frames a center field that’s at once muted and pleasingly hypnotic. Tribal rugs come mainly from Caucasus, a region situated between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, and which lies at the very heart of the rug-weaving world.
A drenching of warm apricot color gives this top-tier Tribal rug an ethereal, glowing quality. Trailing floral vines embrace traditional Persian rug motifs to create a sense of timelessness. Not far from the Russian and Iran frontiers lies the city of Kars the capital of the Kars province north of Lake Van in the farthest northeast end of Turkey. For centuries, this area has provided refuge for nomadic peoples as they’ve perfected and plied their Tribal carpet weaving trade.
Graphic and iconic, this Tribal carpet offers a richly toned feast for the eyes. Radiating a soul-touching tradition of elements from nature, their combination is vibrant with expression, exuding a certain joie de vivre in every detail. Not far from the Russian and Iran frontiers lies the city of Kars the capital of the Kars province north of Lake Van in the farthest northeast end of Turkey. For centuries, this area has provided refuge for nomadic peoples as they’ve perfected and plied their Tribal carpet weaving trade.
Well-balanced, striking design characterizes this collector-quality Uzbaky carpet. Equally at home in a modern or traditional setting, it showcases vibrant hues of red, gold and green in geometric, tribal zigzags set within a border pattern of multicolor rows. Spacious in feel, it possesses a boldness that is unsurpassed in the world of the Persian rug. Uzbaky is a tribal name referring to a people of Mongol descent but speaking a Turkish language.