Woven in northwestern Persia, this unmistakably tribal rug includes many classic symbols for fertility, marriage, and life, which are typically found in kilims from the Caucasus. The well-developed border pattern and floral guard bands dominate the central field, which features three flowers symbolizing desire, along with one male and one female figure, and various symbols for protection and fertility. Reflecting its tribal origins, this rug displays mild abrash and several broken border patterns that add to the charm of this antique Bidjar carpet.
Style: Bidjar / Bijar
Size: 3. ft x 6. ft 08 in (0.91 m x 2.03 m)