Kolyai rug (89) (712)

Kolyai rug from north west Persia (Iran),Kurdistan area

Age: circa 1910

Measurements: 7'.1"x4'.10" (216x147 cm)

This unusual high pile village rug has borrowed its medium blue main border from Jozan Sarouk rugs from further east.The design is a village version of a three dimensional vine scroll.The red field is centered by a stepped light blue medallion with palmette pendants.The surrounding field displays semi-detached floral flower and leaf elements.There are small triangular ivory corners and richly variegated directional lateral comb edgings along the field edges.The flanking minor borders have a simplified palmette and vine design.The colors are from natural sources.The condition is very good.

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