Offered by: Doris Leslie Blau
306 E 61st St New York City, NY 10065 , United States Call Seller 212.586.5511


Traditional Oushak Design Blue, Green, Orange and Red Knotted Rug

$ 48,000
  • Description
    This new rug with a traditional Oushak design echoes the latest trends with its color palette while carrying centuries-old motifs that exude an exceptional vintage aura.

    The main field is embellished with a perfectly organized pattern of classic Middle-Eastern boteh motifs. Boteh, also known as “buta” or “paisley” is an almond or pine cone-shaped motif in ornament with a sharp-curved upper end. Though probably of Persian origin, it is very common in India, Azerbaijan, Turkey and other countries of the Near East. The composition is complemented by botanical motifs, referring to the Tree of Life symbol. Everything is enclosed within a series of equally compelling borders, adorned with flowering vines and palmettes. The tranquil and stylish color palette of muted green with invigorating touches of red and orange makes this Oushak design rug applicable in practically every décor.

    The piece was thoroughly hand-knotted of high-quality wool by a skilled artisan which ensured the rug’s uniqueness and durability. If properly maintained, this oriental rug will serve its owners many years without the slightest signs of wear.
  • More Information
    Origin: India
    Period: New
    Materials: Wool.
    Styles / Movements: Traditional
    Dealer Reference #: N12101
    Incollect Reference #: 446365
  • Dimensions
    W. 167.72 in; H. 258.66 in;
    W. 426 cm; H. 657 cm;
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