This Karabagh runner was woven in the south Caucasus by Armenians during the late 19th century.  It features an all over herati design pattern in blues, greens, reds, pinks, yellow and ivory on a chocolate ground. The ground has oxidized adding dimensionality to the piece. Framed by a inner laleh abbasi border and three outer borders of scrolling rosettes on exceptional blue and yellow grounds.

Antique Karabagh Runner - 3'1 x 13'4

Regular price $2,350.00 Sale

ON HOLD until 3/8

This Karabagh runner was woven in the South Caucasus by Armenians during the late 19th century.

It features an all-over herati design pattern in blues, greens, reds, pinks, yellow, and ivory on a chocolate ground. The ground has oxidized adding dimensionality to the piece. Framed by an inner laleh abbasi border and three outer borders of scrolling rosettes on exceptional blue and yellow grounds. 

In very good condition, oxidation in the brown field. Pile is low with a soft handle. The rug curves in one direction (as pictured)


Size: 3'1" x 13'4" [93 x 406cm]

Age: Late 19th Century

Origin: South Caucasus

Type of Rug: Karabagh

Material: Wool

Pile Height: Low

Condition: Very Good, oxidation to the browns. The rug curves to one direction (as pictured)


BK2607


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