This rug was handwoven by Kurds of Veramin in Northern Iran during the early 20th century.
It features an allover field of vibrant hooked devices in a wide array of tones including red, pink, blue, green brown, and yellow which really pop against the deep surmah or blue/black ground. The field composition plays well with the camel ground scrolling lattice main border. An additional distinction is added with the minor borders with a scrolling rosette inner border and bold laleh abbasi outer border. A hard-to-find rug with uncommon pattern combinations and spectacular colors.
This rug has a lustrous wool pile and the handle is sturdy. In very good condition, with very minor signs of wear.
Size: 4'2" x 10' [127cm x 305cm]
Age: Q1 20th Century (1900-1925)
Country of Origin: N Iran
Type of Rug: Veramin
Pile Height: Medium
Condition: Very Good
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