29 April 2004
A DEBIR KASHAN RUG
CENTRAL PERSIA, CIRCA 1930
The ivory field with a counterposed design of palmettes, flowerheads, boteh and feathery leaves, in an ivory border of palmettes and arabesques between sandy brown flowerhead minor stripes, a signature cartouche at one end signed by Mohammed Debir, patch repair at one end, backing strips on both sides, overall very good condition
6ft.7in. x 4ft.6in. (200cm. x 136cm.)
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The inscription reads: "Kashan Muhammad Debir al-Sana'iy".
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