A Quirky Semi Old Sirjan Carpet 275cm x 150cm

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Origin: Persia
Style: Sirjan
Provenance: N/A
Date: c.1950
Hand Knotted 100% Wool Pile.
Length: 275cms / 9 feet
Width: 150cms / 5 feet


Having a ruby ground filled with rosettes and arrow quills, the five central lozenges in lagoon blue, ivory and stone with running dog borders and ten half lozenges giving an overall geometrical effect. The three ruled border is occupied by other stylised flower motifs.

The city of Sirjan is located in the southwest corner of the Kerman province and is the second largest city of the province after Kerman. Traditionally Sirjan is a collection point for Afshar rugs and is the main collection point for the large production area between Shiraz and Kerman. Design wise, white and blue flower motifs are typical of Sirjan pieces and this carpet is no different.

Full of fun and personality, this eccentric carpet would bring joy to any floor space.

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