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Antique Persian Bakshaish, 4' x 8'

Keivan Woven Arts

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Antique Persian Bakshaish, 4' x 8'
Antique Persian Bakshaish, 4' x 8'
Antique Persian Bakshaish, 4' x 8'
Antique Persian Bakshaish, 4' x 8'
Antique Persian Bakshaish, 4' x 8'
Antique Persian Bakshaish, 4' x 8'

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Product Information

Antique; 19th century
Good; overall even pile, small wear and a hole
Country of Origin:
Damage Information:
needs small repair on one corner
96" L x 48" W
other; Professional cleaning.

Why We Love This

Antique Bakshaish rugs are recognized for their distinctive sense of design and color. The use of natural camel color is common in the early carpets. Made on a wool foundation, this early small carpet is one-of-a-kind in color and all-over geometric design in camel with a repeated star border. Suitable for moderate traffic, it would be best if the damaged corner were repaired or placed under furniture.
As described by Keivan Woven Arts

About Keivan Woven Arts

Keivan Woven Arts is the premier source for fine antique, semi-antique, and contemporary rugs. Our collection includes over 2,800 of the finest rugs and we cater to the most discerning clientele in the design industry. We offer a vast collection of beautiful Oriental, European and American rugs and possess the finest collection of Turkish Oushak carpets in the Southeast.