The rug from Kurdish region of the Northwest Persian in the Mina Khani pattern has a beautiful combination of colorful flowers throughout. The abrash of the color in the main field shows the way the weavers dyed the wool and gradually over 100 years of use, the colors have developed their own patina. The white border makes the field to stand out and adds to the beauty of the design and use of colors.

3’ 2” x 9’ 6”
Date of Manufacture:
4th Quarter 19th Century
Place of Origin:
Northwest Persia
Wool pile on a wool foundation with natural vegetable dyes
Wear consistent with age and use

Rug ID: 1126