This Heriz rug was handwoven in Northwest Iran during the early 20th century.
It features a well-balanced and graphic all-over design in green, teal, brick, beige, gold, and coral on a dark navy ground. An alternatingpalmettemain border on a brick ground frames the composition and is flanked by two minor borders of simple meanders that each use a distinctive blue to a great visual effect. As most Heriz rugs come in large room sizes, this is a hard-to-find format. The addition of the less common all-over pattern and rare blue ground make this a true triple threat.
In very good condition with some professionally and properly done restoration including rewoven end borders. Medium pile with a dense weave and hefty handle.