Early Heriz carpets from northwest Persia are in a class of their own. Prized for their geometric designs, fine durable construction and creative vegetable-dyed colours, they make ideal long-lasting rugs. They have always stood out for their aesthetically appealing designs. The tribal characteristics of Heriz carpets give them the ability to blend in both contemporary and classic spaces.
An interesting Heriz carpet with a bold graphic drawing instead of the classical central medallion motif and an artistic pattern that is spacious in relation to its size. The muted red background balances the creative drawing well with its array of vegetable-dyed colours including sky blue, several greens and ivory. The main border is generous in width and simpler than other examples of its type.
This antique Heriz carpet is in excellent practical condition for everyday use with its borders on all sides still present.
A stylish example with a charming naivety that would blend in a wide variety of settings.
H: 371cm (146.06in)
W: 278cm (109.45in)
D: 0cm (0.00in)