This Bakhtiari rug was woven in Southern Iran during the 2nd quarter of the 20th century (1925-1950).
It features a classic garden design in madder reds, indigo blues, and soft yellows, browns, and ivories. A shrub, flower or tree appears in each square with an alternating repeating pattern. The reconciled main border showcases blue and salmon palmettes and serrated leaves on an ivory ground.
In very good condition, with some wear, consistent with age. The pile is low, and very densely woven, making it hard-wearing and perfect for those high-traffic areas.