Kachan Dabir Rug, Iran, Antiquity Around 1910. flag

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"Kachan Dabir Rug, Iran, Antiquity Around 1910."
Exceptional and original Kachan Dabir rug made of silky lamb's wool velvet of quality known as Kork (selected in spring) on a cotton foundation. Beautiful polychromy, characterized by a midnight blue field decorated with seedlings of clover leaves and bulbs of a thousand geometrically stylized flowers in polychromy in the shape of stylized exploded diamonds decorated with a large central medallion in the shape of a pendant and formed by the same decoration as the central field framed by two small stylized pyramids (symbol of immortality), six borders including the main ruby decorated with seedlings of multicolored floral bulbs connected by fine, finely drawn stems and surrounded by a multitude of flower buds in the shape of small burst diamonds and in the shape of a thousand flowers. From the Workshop of Master Dabir (famous Master Weaver of the Shah) Kachan Dabir are highly sought after and prized like kachan mortachemi. Density: Approximately 7500 knots per dm2 Dimensions: Length: 207 cm Width: 134 cm
Price: 3 300 €
Period: 20th century
Style: Orientalism
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Wool

Reference: 1205784
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Kachan Dabir Rug, Iran, Antiquity Around 1910.
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