Handmade oversized carpet No. 57103 Birjand Iran 13.2 x 9.8 feet
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||13.2 x 9.8 ft
||Sorry, we can't give you the age of this carpet at the moment.
||floral / medallion
This is a unique handmade / hand-knotted / traditional oriental carpet
The pile of this carpet is made of wool
More about the provenance Birjand | Iran
Birjand (also: "Birjend") is located in North East Iran in the province of Khorassan South of Mashad. The rugs from Birjand are often traded as Khorassan rugs. The "Jufti" knot has its origin in Birjand. Heavily influenced by its "big brother" Mashad you will often find finely patterned medallions but also allover Botteh designs on ivory ground (influenced by the Moud region). Altogether a beautiful and solid Persian rug provenance.
This Oriental rug has a so called "open design". Any rug in which the medallion is surrounded by a large area of a plain one-colored field and if at all have corner patterns within the field. The open design is currently experiencing a come back and became very popular.