Vintage Doroksh rug handwoven in NW Iran during the second quarter of the 20th century.
This dainty and refined rug features a pastel color palette of ivories, light pinks and peaches, light blues, and dark blues, which provide some contrast to the overall rug. The design is a repeating pattern of boteh, or paisley. This is one of the oldest and most common symbols, usually representing fertility. The border is a finely woven floral meander.
In fair condition, with some wear throughout. Low pile, with a light handle.