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Kerman Vase-Technique Carpet

Kerman Vase-Technique Carpet
Kerman Vase-Technique Carpet
Kerman Vase-Technique Carpet
Kerman Vase-Technique Carpet
Kerman Vase-Technique Carpet
Kerman Vase-Technique Carpet
Kerman Vase-Technique Carpet
Kerman Vase-Technique Carpet
Model: ART00242Kerman Vase-Technique Carpet
The source of carpet comes from the book Museo Calouste Gulbenkian, Printed by Gulbenkian Museum Lisbon, in 2015, nr.52. This is a vase-technique carpet design in the 17th century in the Kerman region, of Persia. In the 16th century, in Safavid Persia, medallion rugs were among the most appreciated, but at the end of the century and the beginning of the next, a taste for decoration with floral motifs, coils, and palmettes gradually emerged, covering the entire field. This is the case, for this example design, with rugs from eastern and southern Persia. Among the latter are the famous vase-type rugs attributed to the Kerman region, to which our design belongs. Considered by some specialists to be quite atypical, this rug made in Persia, probably in Kirman in the time of Shah Abbas (1587-1625), presents, on a dark blue background, an exuberant and dynamic vegetal decoration in which horizontal and vertical rows of palmettes and stand out, due to their dimension and spiral movements, large sickle-shaped leaves, alternating with branches and flowers. The very narrow rim, with a red background, is filled with a frieze of coils and flowers. It's a famous carpet design as 'Kerman Vase Technique Rug, The Most Expensive Rug Sold at Auction (33m. USD), Sold on June 5th, 2013 at Sotheby’s Auction in NYC'. The design of the rug is interpreted by our designers, and vivid colors are chosen for this rug. 

Color summary: 11 colors in total, most used 4 colors are;
  • Navy Blue  432 (Indigo - Pomegranate)
  • Imperial Red  415 (Madder Root)
  • Iroko  423 (Pomegranate - Walnut Husk)
  • Winter Hazel  540 (Spurge)
Group: South Central Persia Rugs Family Area: Kerman region Material of Pile: Natural Dyed Hand-spun Wool Material Warp / Weft: Wool on Cotton Structure: Symmetrical knot on depressed warp inclining to the right Knots Density: 50x50 Pile (mm): 4 Production Place: Southeastern Anatolia – Diyarbakir - Lice Location: Tokyo Stock: In Stock
Dimensions:

8 ft 5 in x 11 ft 10 in ( 258cm x 363cm )


    Price:
    $33,000
    Ex Tax: $33,000

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