This Heriz rug was handwoven in Northwest Iran during the second quarter of the 20th century.
This classic Heriz features a geometric central medallion on a madder red ground. The four cornices loosely mirror the field design in a different color combination with the use of ivory working to light the composition. The inclusion of marled yarn palmettes and "distinguished" serrated leaves add interest and give the piece a distinct feel. The main border is composed of an intricate palmette design, while the minor borders feature floral meanders.
In Good condition, wear throughout with some areas worn to the foundation (as pictured) . Low pile with a sturdy handle.