|Early 20th Century|
This is a rare rustic rug from one of the 100's of weaving villages around Hamadan, but one with a number of desirable features.
First, the size,as most camel border rugs of this area are long runners with repeating medallions. Second, the creamy ivory open field which sets off the pole medallion with its boteh filled central hexagon and matching corners. Finally, the single wefted weave is particularly fine, much more like a good urban Malayer than a village rug. The wool is of good,resilient quality. The pile is clipped relatively short and even, and there is a wide colour scheme including black, gold, several blues and, of course the ivory, both in the field and as a detail tone. The plain camel tone wide outermost border is a Hamadan feature and provides a clean frame to this rug.
The condition is excellent, with a smooth, almost silky texture. There are no repairs to this very enticing early 20th century scatter.
|Location of Origin: Middle East / Western Asia / Northern Africa|
|Medium/Materials: Camel Hair|
|Dimensions: 4.8 x 3.3|
|Primary Classification: Textile Arts : Central Asian / Middle Eastern|
|Item Condition:||The condition is excellent, with a smooth, almost silky texture. There are no repairs|
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