This beautiful Kurdish gallery size rug was made by the Kurdish tribes in the western Persia around the late 1800s. The main central medallion with two smaller medallions on each side resembles this to a Northwest Persian Heriz/Serapi rug with the same colors and pattern design. The natural dyes and the abrash in the main field show how beautifully this rug has survived and thrived over the last 150 years.

5’ x 10’ 4”
Date of Manufacture:
4th quarter 19th Century
Place of Origin:
Wool pile on a wool foundation with natural vegetable dyes
Wear consistent with age and use

Rug ID: 1005