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3.1 x 4.2 Antique Northwest Persian rug, probably Kurdish of the Kelardasht type, circa 1920
This small tribal rug was probably woven by a Kurdish weaver in northwest Persia. Although it resembles antique Caucasian Kazak rugs, it was woven further south and is of a type sometimes referred to as Kelardasht rugs.
The red field of this antique Kelardasht rug is decorated with Memling guts and framed by Reciprocal Trefoil guard borders and a green major border.
Moderately priced, it would be a fine choice for decorating or a beginning collector.
Rewoven ends. Minor restoration.
|Dealer||Douglas & Helen Stock / Quadrifoglio Gallery|
|Artist/Maker||Anonymous Kurdish weaver in northwest Persia|
|Measurements||3.1 x 4.2|
|Inventory||View Dealer's Inventory|
|Contact||Douglas Stock, (781) 690-5710 or firstname.lastname@example.org|