Description

A fine late 19th century Caucasian Daghestan Prayer Rug

Hand knotted in wool

In excellent condition

Caucasian Rugs

Rugs woven in the Caucasus, the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, north of Persia, enjoy universal popularity for their harmony of colour and geometrical designs. Appealing to western tastes they blend to both antique and modern furnishings.

Specification

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Caucasian

1890

140 x 124 cm4’7” x 4’

£6000