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.
This is a medallion design with the pear tree, flowers, and palmettes rug from the late 19th century, Heriz region, Northwest Persia area. Heriz ( Heris ) is a special Turkish knot weaving area of Persia, including many villages, located east of Tabriz in northwest Persia. Weaving has been carried on in the Heriz area certainly since the beginning of the nineteenth century and possibly before that date, named also Georovan, Mehriban, and Bakshaish. The Heriz area may be conveniently divided into three parts; the Karaja district, the Heriz area proper, and the Sarab district. The Heriz design repertoire is that of Classical Iran, featuring Lotus Palmettes, Medallions, Sickle-leaves, Lattice, and Shrub-tree ornaments. Few examples have survived from earlier periods, but a number of carpets with Sickle-Leaf and Palmette spring to mind, basically a synthesis of Isfahan and Vase carpet elements. Heriz weavers used straight lines, Tabriz patterns are always curvilinear; yet the same design of the carpet which is woven from it is always in straight lines in Heriz. This propensity of the weavers of the area to break up curves into straight lines may be seen in operation any day in any of Heriz’s villages. The Tabriz merchants at that time knew that West was demanding carpets sizes in medallion designs, there was mass production in that area using synthetic alizarine dyes. At that time, Western customers liked the straight line Heriz designs and as Ararat Rugs, we also like the straight lines and reinterpreted the Heriz design by using all-natural wool and vegetable dyes at our time. The design of this rug is interpreted with a series of borders and vivid colors are chosen by our designers for this rug.
Color summary: 12 colors of total most used 4 colors are