28 April 2005
A KURDISH RUNNER
NORTH WEST PERSIA, CIRCA 1890
The field with an overall lattice of polychrome lozenges containing various geometric motifs, in a charcoal-black border of polychrome geometric motifs between ivory and lemon-yellow flowerhead and boteh vine minor stripes, good pile throughout, natural corrosion in the black, a few small scattered repairs, one end partially rewoven in the outer stripe
15ft.2in. x 3ft.3in. (461cm. x 99cm.)
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