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Lovers of Caucasian tribal antique rugs often find themselves drawn to masterful risk-taking, inventive re-making of time-honored designs. Here the weaver-artist filled the classic Daghestan latticework pattern not with myriad tiny blossoms, but with larger scale, symbolic "Star of Wisdom" motifs.

Garden carpet, ca. 1800 Iran Cotton warp and weft, wool pile

Persian Garden Carpet Object Name: Carpet Date: second half 18th century Geography: Iran, Kurdistan Medium: Cotton (warp and weft), wool (pile); asymmetrically knotted pile Dimensions: Carpet: L. of left edge: 122in. (309.9cm) L. of center edge: 121 1/2in. (308.6cm) L. of right edge: 123 1/2in. (313.7cm) W. of top: 75in. (190.5cm) W. of bottom: 73 1/4in. (186.1cm) Tube: Diam. 9 in. W. 95 1/4 in. Classification: Textiles-Rugs

When I was younger I hated my moms persian carpets. Now I really like them and would like to have one in my home.

KUBA, Northeast Caucasian (Tribal)

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