Kirman from the mid 1930's before the British occupation of Iran and, after the reorganization of the weaving industry and, creation of Sherkat Farsh when carpet production was nationalized.
2.12 x 1.20 meters
The design is called millefleurs, a description often used to identify and categorise rugs which display dense and detailed floral motifs.
The colors are of typical Kirman palette, ivory ground, rose pinky red, and ice pale blue.
Fachralo Kazak from about 1910
2.37 x 1.36 meters
wool on wool
The town of Fachralo is located southwest of Tbilisi in Georgia (former Soviet territory).
Iran, wool on cotton base
This is an Adebeh carpet with a set of repeating vases. The design is called Zeli Soltan (Zelsoltan)
2.6 x 1.55 m
Iranian fine Nain
1970s - 1980s
2.05 x 1.32 m
Wool on cotton base with silk hightlights