Antique Armanibaff Carpet 2.97m x 2.66m


  • £3,900.00
  • €4,567 Euro
  • $5,378 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Antique Armanibaff Carpet 2.97m x 2.66m

A very unusual antique Armanibaff carpet, handwoven in the 1910s by Armenians in west Persia in a rare square size and dark indigo field. The garden design of cypress trees, flowers and various animals is reminiscent of highly collectible Bakhshaish carpets, albeit somewhat cruder. Fabulous secondary colours and utterly charming! Note the date of 1332 woven into the lions - equivalent to 1913.
Size: 2.97m x 2.66m (9ft 9in x 8ft 9in)
This rug is in good condition with light, age related wear, slightly heavier in places (see photos). Fringes and selvedges are secure and it has been professionally cleaned. Small repair in border, barely visible from the front (see photos).
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  • H: 297cm (116.93in)
  • W: 266cm (104.72in)
  • D: 1cm (0.39in)



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Chris started in the oriental carpet business in 1987 and, during that time, has worked for, and supplied, some of the industry’s leading wholesalers and retailers, including John Lewis, Harrods and Fired Earth.

Whether it’s antique or contemporary purchases, his ethos is to obtain interesting, unusual and rare samples all of which must meet his high expectations for quality and provenance. For this, Chris travels extensively to carpet weaving countries including India, Turkey, Nepal, Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan.

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