Persian Tribal Rug Hand knotted
Pile: real wool
Weight: 4 KG
Size: 9.84 x 6.56 feet
Foundation: pure wool
Type: Nodular Hand Knotted Persian Rug
Design: Persian Patrimonial Weaving
Knotted in: Isfahan, Iran.
The palette of this Persian rug defines an unusual combination of colors: ivory, beige-brown and light green with a touch of turquoise. In addition, you will see the presence of warm shades, such as the sunset crimson of the sun, the colors of the endless desert and the growing greenery. The master never repeats the pattern twice, although the common elements of the pattern are preserved, and from them one can judge in which terrain the carpet is made. This rug is made in one of the workshops of Isfahan.
For the decoration of the ornament of this rug, the image of shamrocks and climbing plants is characterized by spiraling tendrils. Traditional subject for Persian carpet is an ornament, as a rule. The image is dominated by a breakdown of the surface into rectangles with plant ornament and a medallion pattern inside. The local designers and masters do not limit themselves in any way. Often they borrow elements of patterns from architecture and layout of mythical gardens.
The pile of the rug is silky and low. It is perfect for those who like to decorate floors in living rooms, as well as hotels and museums.