Area Rugs (2'x3' to 5'x8')

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  • Afghan Silk 1838, 6’ x 9’ 3”, 3rd Quarter of the 1900s

    Afghan Silk 1838

    6’ x 9’ 3”      A room-size vintage handwoven rug from Herat, Afghanistan.  The rug is in an allover pattern consisting of large medallions in red, brown, and navy blue, and black colors.  The medallions show...

    Was: $5,900.00
    Now: $4,900.00
  • Afshar 1049 , 5’ 1” x 6’ 2”, 3rd Quarter of the 1800s

    Afshar 1049

    5’ 1” x 6’ 2”      We love this extremely rare and very collectible "near square size" Persian Ashar tribal rug from the 3rd quarter of the 1800s.  This extremely early and rare Afshar with an allover geometric...

    MSRP: $7,900.00
  • Afshar 1050, 4’ 6” x 7’, 1st Quarter of the 1900s

    Afshar 1050

    4’ 6” x 7’      Afshar rugs are made by the tribes from the South West region of Persia. This Afshar rug has an all-over repeated paisley design on a cream field color and a light brown border.  The paisley designs...

  • Afshar 1367, 4’ 2” x 5’ 7”, 4th Quarter of the 1800s

    Afshar 1367

    4’ 2” x 5’ 7”      The Neriz rug from the Afshar tribes in Southern Persia. This is one of the rarest tribal rugs and most sought-after today. This Afshar Neriz rug has a beautiful all-over paisley design set...

  • Agra 1015, 7’ x 6’ 10”, 1st Quarter of the 1800s, India

    Agra 1015

    7’ x 6’ 10”    This handwoven Agra rug from the early 1800s is a masterpiece of Indian weaving. Over 200 years old.  The Agra rug is in overall good condition with a beautiful all-over pattern in the tradition of Mugul...

  • Agra in an Allover Mughal Botanical Pattern in an Abrash French Blue and Red
1113,  2’ 11” x 5', 1st Quarter of the 1900s, The Persian Knot

    Agra 1113

    2’ 11” x 5'    AVintage Agra Area Rug with an Allover Botanical Pattern in Abrash Blue and Red.  This antique Agra rug has a traditional Mughal design of the rugs that were woven in 16th century India. The field has "abrash"...

  • Anatolian Kilim 1888, 2’ 6" x 4’ 1", 4th Quarter of the 1800s, Anatolia

    Anatolian Kilim 1888

    2’ 6" x 4’ 1"      The beautiful Anatolian Kilim from the late 1800s.  The Anatolian kilim has geometric designs that radiate out from the center each with a different background color including ivory, pink, red, yellow...

  • Anatolian Kilim 1889, 3’ 8" x 5’, 4th Quarter of the 1800s, Turkey

    Anatolian Kilim 1889

    3’ 8" x 5’     The beautiful Anatolian kilim from the late 1800s. The Anatolian Kilim with prayer rug design is from the early 1900s. The beautiful green in the Mihrab (prayer niche) design of this antique Turkish Kilim adds to the...

  • Bakhtiari 1036, 4’ 4” x 5’ 8”, 2nd Quarter of the 1900s

    Bakhtiari 1036

    4’ 4” x 5’ 8”      A Bakhtiari tribal rug from Western Persia.  Bakhtiari rugs are renowned for their beautiful design and the use of brilliant colors produced by the use of natural organic dyes.  The...

  • A Persian Bakhtiari Bibibaft area rug

    Bakhtiari Bibibaft 1136

    4’ 7” x 7’     This beautiful “Bibibaff” (grandmother’s weave in Persian) rug from the Bakhtiari tribe in Western Persia is from the early 1900s.   The masterful profusion of brilliant colors...

  • Bakhtiari Bibibaft 1713, 5’ 1” x 6’ 5", 4th Quarter of the 1800s

    Bakhtiari Bibibaft 1713

    5’ 1” x 6’ 5"        A masterpiece in design and fine weaving from the Bakhtiari tribes of western Persia from the 4th quarter of the 1800s.  The theme of the vase design is also referred to as the "Garden of...

  • Bakhtiari Garden Panel 1857, 4’ 6” x 7’ 2", 2nd Quarter of the 1900s, Persia

    Bakhtiari Garden Panel 1857

    4’ 6” x 7’ 2"      A beautiful Bakhtiari Garden Panel area rug from the 2nd quarter of the 1900s. The design shows four panels of various flower design formats.   This is one of the most sought-after designs in the...

  • Baluch 1054,  4’ x 6’ 8”, 1st Quarter of the 1900s, Afghanistan

    Baluch 1054

    4’ x 6’ 8”    The Baluch tribal rug from the late 1800s or early 1900s.  The Baluch tribes live in the southeast corner of Persia and western Afghanistan and they use dark red, rust red, or various shades of brown as...

  • Handwoven Persian Baluch Rug

    Baluch 1295A

    1′ 6″ x 3′    The Baluch bag face from the early 20th century.  The Baluch tribes live in SW part of Persia and eastern Pakistan and use the vegetable dyes for the wool used in their weaving.  Items 1295A and 1295B...

  • Baluch 1554

    Baluch 1554

    2' 10" x 4' 6"    An early 1900s Persian Baluch rug in a "Prayer" design form.  Rarely found color and unique cream color field and the border with geometric designs throughout in blue, brown, and yellow. Dimensions:  2' 10" x...

  • Handwoven Persian Baluch Tribal rug

    Baluch 1555

    2' 8"x 4' 8"      A Persian Baluch area rug from the early 1900s. The rug has very fine and shiny wool and that provides a shimmering look to the rug.  The rug has a wool pile on a wool foundation.  It has flat woven (Kilim) ends...

  • Handwoven Persian Baluch Tribal Rug

    Baluch 1610

    3' 5" x 4' 3"     A Baluch Tribal Rug from Southwest Persia. The rug is in a "near square size" which is very desirable.   A beautiful geometirc design with red and brown colors.  The rug has soumak weaving incorporated in...

  • Baluch 1775, 2’ 8” x 5’ 2”, 4th Quarter of the 1800s

    Baluch 1775

     2’ 8” x 5’ 2”       One of the most unique, colorful, and beautiful “three-dimensional” designs in an antique tribal rug.  The Baluch tribal rug from southwestern Persia uses a rich brown...

    MSRP: $5,900.00
  • Baluch Tribal Rug

    Baluch Prayer Rug 1178

    1’ 7” x 3’ 1″    A Small Baluch prayer rug from the Baluch Tribe from the Southwest Persia.  The rug has a beautiful design with design elements in cream and dark green throughout.  Wonderful piece to be...

  • Bidjar 1117, 5’ 3” x 8’ 1”, 1st Quarter of the 1900s

    Bidjar 1117

    5’ 3” x 8’ 1”     Bidjar rug from the early 20th century in great condition with a full pile and no repairs. Bidjar rugs are considered the “iron rugs of Persia” because of the tight weave.  This...