Kazak rug (58) (229)

Kazak rug from Armenia,southwest Caucasus

Age: circa 1880

Size: 7'.7"x4'.2" (231x127 cm)

Four hooked lozenges in ivory and blue stand out on a beautiful red madder ground,flanked by small color sampler fillers.An attractive green keyhole reciprocal motif surrounds the center.The ivory main border employs broad hooked crosses a kin to those encountered on Talish long rugs.The blue outer minor border is in a rosette/ "S" pattern.There are three multicolor stripes in the border system.The rug has a peaceful,calming look.All the colors are from natural sources.It is in good state of preservation overall.

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