Antique Persian Lavar Kerman 9'0"×11'7"
C. 1930 This is a fairly subdued example of the “Covered ground” Interwar Kerman period when virtually every square inch was patterned, as here, with a bewildering array of small flowers, botehs, leaves and curved stems. The broken border effect has begun with palmettes and other motives pushing into the minor stripes. Straw, beige, ecru, charcoal, buff, pink, pale blue are among the numerous detail tones. Urban, with a medium-fine weave. Good condition.
ivory, red, brown, beige, navy, blue