Rug Isfahan-Kashan-66

The rug features a gray field, which is likely a wool pile. The field is decorated with various elements in different colors, likely created using different dye techniques. The design is characterized by a talfighi style, which involves multiple medallions scattered throughout the rug in a free-form manner, creating a “mingle” or overlapping effect. The edges of the rug are framed in a rich red color, providing contrast and drawing the eye inward to the central design elements. The overall design is thought to have originated in the city of Kashan, a center of rug production in Iran known for its intricate and high-quality pieces. The exact date of the rug is not known, but it is estimated to have been created in the 19th century.

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