FINE QUALITY SEMI ANTIQUE PERSIAN KASHAN RUG 9’8 x 12’7
BEAUTIFUL TRADITIONAL DESIGN
SEMI ANTIQUE PERSIAN FINE KASHAN RUG 9’8X12’7 50$ shipping to 48 lower states only.All others, please, ask about shipping cost !
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Made in: Iran
pile : wool
KPSI: APPRX 100′-110′
weave :hand knotted
condition: very good for it’s age
no lows no holes no repairs no patches no odor
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colors(please see the pictures)
suggested retail value : 00 – 00
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We hereby certify that all Persian carpets are being offered for sale solely from stock in the United States. Such stock has been in the United States and fully owned by the company since prior to September 29, 2010 and is offered for sale only in full compliance with the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions Accountability, and Divestment Act of 2010
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Kashan rugs are woven in workshops of the city of Kashan, in north central Iran. Kashan rugs style, like most Persian styles, is copied by other areas of Iran as well as other countries such as India, China and Pakistan. Their pattern is almost always curvilinear. One traditional design is an elongated diamond-shaped and lobed medallion with floral (usually Shah Abbasi) pendants. This design is one type of the Shah Abbasi medallion. The entire rug including the medallion itself, the corners (in the case of medallion-and-corner), the borders, and the field are filled with Shah Abbasi and islimi motifs. It is common for this traditional design to have a navy medallion with similar corners and border in a red background or vise versa.A Form of Shah Abbasi Motif Another frequently seen design is all-over Shah Abbasi. Other designs include vase, hunting and pictorial. The field is usually covered with palmettes and arabesques. The common background colors are navy, rich red, beige and ivory. Common design colors include red, blue, turquoise, ocher, beige, white, brown and occasionally green. The asymmetric (Persian) knot is used in KASHAN rugs woven in KASHAN.