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306 E 61st St New York City, NY 10065 United States 212.586.5511
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$ 120,000

Antique Persian Khorassan Carpet

Period 1900-1919
Dimensions
W. 165.75 in; H. 243.7 in;
W. 421 cm; H. 619 cm;
Creation Date 1900
Description An early 20th century Persian Khorassan rug, the camel field having a luxurious garden design of various exotic trees and blossoming shrubs within a blue stylized vinery and palmette border.

The range of designs is extensive, from allover and arabesque medallion patterns in the classical tradition to designs influenced by its proximity to Turkmenistan yielding Khorassan Persian carpets displaying geometric patterns rather than the more traditional Persian motifs. The palette on antique Khorassan rugs and carpets is varied as well. Many antique oriental rugs have a softer, more decorative coloration, sometimes using deep, rich tones featuring main colors of dark burgundy, indigo, ivory, and light green. But whatever the design or color, antique Khorassan rugs and carpets maintain a high standard of drawing and weaving technique; Khorassan rugs and carpets in New York are made with a soft wool woven into thin, tight piles making them durable despite their soft lustrous wool. Further differentiating themselves, Khorasan carpets make use of an unusual artistic effect produced by unevenly trimming of the pile which makes the figures of the design stand out from the background.
Styles / Movements Persian
Dealer Reference Number BB6710
Incollect Reference Number 325020
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