original, little age wear
|Material:||Wool on cotton|
Antique hand made Persian Bidjar rug in original condition. This rug is a sample Vagireh, contains a variety of designs which were available by this artists. The main colours on this rug are navy blue and red with some olive green accents. Truly collectible piece of art. The condition is original, has some little age wear but can be considered as good for that age.
Bidjar is the name of a small Kurdish town in western Iran. Kurdish carpets are often very strong and compact, which makes them extremly durable. The name Bidjar denotes the meaning of durability to many carpet specialists. The weavers use their heavy comb, made of metal and wood, to beat the weft and the knots, so that the pile almost stands up. The surface of the pile therefore, becomes very compact, which prevents gravel and other small particles to be pressed into the carpet. The carpets are made with Turkish knots and are generally red and blue with beige elements.
The most common pattern is the Herati(also called fish pattern), but also medallions and floral motifs occur. Bidjar carpets are manufactured in most sizes, from zaronim (150x100 cm) and larger sizes. They have a sober elegance and fit in most environments. Their durability makes the carpets very suitable for public environments.
-condition: original, little age wear,
-size: 1.5' x 2' ( 47cm x 61cm ),
-country of origin: Iran,
-background colors: navy blue, red, olive green.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United Kingdom||$ 46.52|
|United States||$ 75.60|
|Rest of Europe||$ 46.52|
|Rest of the World||$ 75.60|
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