This Bidjar rug was handwoven during the fourth quarter of the 19th century (1875-1900) in Northwest Iran. It features a beautiful gul farang (foreign flower) motif spread across the field. Muted shades of blues, mint green, and ivory can be found atop a rich red field. This rug has been sheared down and reinforced on all four sides. Some areas of old moth damage as pictured.