Elegantly woven with rich autumnal colors against an indigo ground, this Fereghan carpet from central Persia combines an all over design with a definite central focal point. In the style of the late Qajar era of the preceding century, a copious variety of flowering plants and blossoming buds scroll from stylized flower pots placed both horizontally and vertically throughout the field. Full roses, drawn in pinks and red and complete with green foliage, converge in the center to form a central garland. The border is equally lush, combining classic Persian palmettes with a host of delicate flowering vegetal sprays against a complimentary contrasting ochre ground.
Fereghan SaroukEarly 20th Century
- Even wear with uneven unraveling of outer guard borders at the ends, which could either be overcast "as is" as part of the price, or a cost could be quoted to reweave the ends so that they are complete.
- 9' 0"
- 12' 0"
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