This Bidjar was handwoven during the second quarter of the 20th century (1925-1950) in Northwest Iran.
It features a stark white, crystal-shaped center medallion patterned with a colorful "gul farang" or foreign flower design atop a very deep blue, almost black field - a color referred to as “surma” in Persian. The cornices of the field are filled with more "gul farang" atop a red backdrop. Multiple distinct scrolling rosette borders surround the field.
Wear is consistent with age. Pile is low with a sturdy handle.
Size: 4'2 x 7'2
Age: 1925 - 1950
Country of Origin: NW Iran
Type of Rug: Bidjar
Pile Height: Low
Condition: Good with visible wear
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