Kazak rug (347) - SOLD (832)

Kazak rug from Southwest Caucasus

Age: circa 1860

Dimensions: 6'.1"x4'.8" (185x142 cm)

This wild rustic Bordjalou like Kazak has a full pile dramatically setting off two hooked nested hexagons in the ivory field with secondary en suite fractional devices and two amusing stick figures.The medallions are in green,red,yellow and blue with blue,ivory and brown centers.The ivory main border continues the field pattern on a reduced scale with the same palette.There are two red and blue ram's horn reciprocals on one side and on the other are two secondary stripes in running dog design.The four barber pole lines are in red and yellow except at the top where two are in red and ivory.The selvedges are in pale yellow and so are the kilim ends.The pile is high,the wool is soft and the rug is fluffy.All the colors are from natural sources.The condition is very good.

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