This Mehraban rug was handwoven during the second quarter of the 20th century (1925-1950) in Western Iran.
It features a detailed floral spray reminiscent of spread peacock tails throughout the entire field. Beautiful tones of pinks, purples, blues, and reds atop a black ground make the motifs pop. Surrounded by an array of borders, most prominently the main border which depicts floral motif atop a soft apricot backdrop which really lightens the rug. This is a knotted rug with a low pile.
In excellent condition for its age. Two width edges have been reinforced for longevity.