A 4×7 antique Persian rug of renowned Kashani origin, honoring classic paisley patterns in prevalent red and beige-brown hues. Hand knotted in wool circa 1910-1920, an antique Kashan rug both celebrating traditional designs and exemplifying its masterful lineage.
On the Design: Connoisseurs may note that repeating paisley patterns like these were feats of craftsmanship intended to show weaver’s skill. An admirable feat in the studious, thousand hairs creating the illusion of perfect rows with such inviting movement. This play of subtle differentiation in the beige-white background with the richness of color surrounding create a masterful work. All lending to a discerning piece with more art in it than most our principle Josh has ever seen. Further enjoying both a versatile, decorative size and good condition for its age and origin.