On display is a late 19th century Toranji design rug, believed to originate from the region of Bakhshayesh, measures at 330cm x 236cm. The rug showcases an intricate central geometric pattern, set against a contrasting background color. This central element, commonly found in traditional Persian rugs, is believed to symbolize divine presence and is interpreted differently, as the all-seeing Eye of God, the ascending lotus flower. The intricate details and symmetrical pattern illustrates the exceptional skill and artistry of the weaver, making it a true treasure to behold.
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