A rarity in that here is a rug woven by Kurdish people in a quality usually only associated with fine formal carpets from the best workshops in Tabriz. The stylistic language is from the mid to late 19th century Heriz silk carpets, although the border elements betray the nomadic heritage of its weavers.
Magnificent draftsmanship has been used in composing this work of art, without losing any of the self expressive elements Kurdish weavers are known for.
The patina and quality of this rug make it a great addition to any home where originality in art is appreciated.
The carpet is in excellent condition.