A Turkish silk runner, the runner decorated with a series of repeat pattern tiles profusely decorated with flowers and vegetal forms on a black field, with wide and narrow borders in cream, tan, olive and dusky pink. Length 260 cm. Width 80 cm
A Persian Qum silk rug, the figural rug with vases, arching bowers of flora and trees of life populated by birds, with larger birds motifs to the upper spandrels, in colours on a pinky ground, the main border with a dark field populated with birds and flow
A Persian Qum silk rug, an architectural designed rug with a vase of flowers and a chandelier flanked by small birds within a mihrab arch and decorative pillars upon a tan field, with wide and narrow borders in cream, aqua and black colours. Length 161 cm.
A Kashmiri silk rug, with a shaped lozenge upon a floral and tendril decorated pinky russet field with floral cream spandrels and wide and narrow similarly decorated borders. Length 193 cm. Width 123 cm
A Persian Qum silk rug, a fine weave rug with an ink blue black lozenge upon a beige field, with salmon spandrels and wide and narrow borders, profusely floral decorated throughout in salmon, russet, beige with aqua and olive accents. Length 135 cm. Width
A signed Persian Qum silk rug, with a central rosette in muted pink, mushroom and teal accents on an arabesque strewn beige field, with spandrels and repeat floral patterned wide and narrow borders. Length 207 cm. Width 133 cm
A Turkish Kayseri silk prayer rug, the rug in autumnal colours, featuring a central mihrab design with gilt thread accents upon a pale teal ground surrounded by three floral borders. length 112 cm. Width 61.5 cm
A fine silk Qum rug, closely cropped pile on silk foundation, decorated with a star medallion on a field patterned with vases, rosettes and other geometric motifs, framed by a border with rosettes and palmettes; in tones of madder, indigo and old ivory. 14
A Kashan rug with silk highlights, Iran, mid-20th century, 224 x 140 cm. This classic Kashan rug possesses all the characteristics that have contributed to the well deserved reputation for weaving excellence of this oasis city situated half way between Teh
A unique hand knotted Persian rug from the city of Isfahan. This piece was specially woven for the royal family. This fine piece is a silk woven and has Anchor Artiste Metallic gold wool used in the backdrop. the temple design is set on a lovely green back
A fine Tabriz silk rug, in mushroom and barley colours with brick red, coffee and black accents profusely decorated to the neutral ground with tendrils and flowers, centred with a sixteen point rosette, the broad black border with continuous floral motifs.
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