Have you seen the wonderful designs of William Morris?
A key figure in the Arts & Crafts Movement, Morris championed a principle of handmade production that didn't chime with the Victorian era's focus on industrial'progress.
The most dramatic of the Gerous ( Garrus, Gerus, Garus ) carpets are those with an “asymmetric” design. Only a section of the original is shown, in the same way, many Lotto carpets were woven. It is difficult to guess the size of these carpets from a photo, but here we enter the area of the “Wagireh-Style” carpet. These pieces have often been described as wagirehs or samplers and were said to have been used as weaver`s aids, or for demonstration purposes, made as a template or pattern for the carpet design and production of larger rugs, they are generally small pieces the size of a scatter rug or mat. This seems unlikely as most of these carpets are often at least 2 x 3 meters, and even larger sizes are known. A weaver could not deal with such measures as a work aid, for which smaller mats were available, and a salesperson would have presented original carpets. It seems clear that the “Wagireh-Style” designs are complete carpets. Other types of Bidjar ( Bijar ) carpets were also thus a woven-a group of medallion-palmette carpets. The design of this rug is interpreted by our designers with a pendant-like medallion, and soft colors are chosen for this rug.
Color summary: 5 total Colors