Isfahan Hekmatnejad Carpet, Iran, Shah Period flag

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"Isfahan Hekmatnejad Carpet, Iran, Shah Period"
Silk carpet called "Isfahan Signed Hekmatnejad", created in Iran around the 1950s, during the time of the Shah. This rug is made in the great tradition of the famous Serafian rugs. It presents a beautiful presence with an oval field of ruby red on which is woven a complex network of intertwined floral motifs in various colors, forming a sublime starry floral rosette in shades of navy blue, ivory and sky. Large and elegant plant corners in ivory and sky, adorned with arabesques, add cachet to the whole. Four ivory and sky counter borders, with multicolored interlacing patterns, frame the main navy blue border, which is decorated with a dense tangle of polychrome flower stems. The signature is framed by traditional Iranian colors. This carpet is of great distinction. Technically, it is made of high-quality silky woolen velvet, known as Kork, and the foundation, including the warps, weft and fringes, is silk. Its density is about 10,000 knots per square decimetre, which testifies to a remarkable finesse. Dimensions: Length: 306 cm Width: 206 cm
Price: 7 800 €
Period: 20th century
Style: Orientalism
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Silk

Reference: 1155981
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Isfahan Hekmatnejad Carpet, Iran, Shah Period
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