Hand-knotted original Persian rug Oriental - wool on cotton - good condition - antique
|Material:||Wool on cotton|
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
It is a beautiful hand-knotted Persian original antique Heriz carpet,
A city in northwestern Iran in the province of Azerbaijan. Heriz is a collective name for the entire knotting area, especially around the city
Heriz, among others, including the following villages: Ahar, Bakhshayes, Goravan and Heriz. All these carpets are patterned and knotted
with the same features. The warp and weft are made of thick cotton, and the pile thread is made from two-ply, very robust sheep's wool. The
Most provinces produce the rugs with medallions.
Heriz rugs are, due to their very good durability, classic patterning and usually relatively low prices (with the exception of
old and antique pieces, these are getting ever higher prices), very popular in the market. Typical of the Heriz are the shiny wool and the
bright colours that give a fantastic colour. The carpet is famous for its beautiful geometric design.
Size: about 551 x 83 cm. (without fringe)
The carpet is antique and is in original condition with a little low pile. (Please see all pictures)
nice pattern and colour.
On request we can create a certificate.
Shipped by GLS courier.
This carpet was imported from Iran before 1 January 2015.
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|Member since:||July 4, 2017|
very happy with it......good purchase, good service.......thank you....
VERY GOOD ITEM THANK YOU
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United States||$ 149.05|
|United Kingdom||$ 62.11|
|Rest of Europe||$ 62.11|
|Anywhere else||$ 149.05|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Hamburg (Deutschland), Germany.
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