Bold traditional vintage geometric rug featuring reds, blues, greens and black colors.
The weaver included a wonderful pair of large birds woven in blue, green, white and hot pink on each end of the rug. Very stylized but possibly parrots or more conventional peacocks.
The rug was handwoven in the Hamadan district, a constellation of villages in central Iran that produces many of the finest tribal and geometric rugs in the world. Probably from a Kurdish or Azeri village.
Condition is good with a fair amount of wear on the wool pile from decades of use. The fringes and side cords are in excellent condition.
Despite the wear there are no holes or weakened areas, and this carpet can be used in a high foot traffic area of the house, including near an entrance.
Last photo shows the back of the rug.
The exact size is 8 ft. 9 in. by 4 ft. 1960s. Natural wool pile on cotton warp.
Shipping will be $34 within the continental U.S.
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