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Vintage

Swedish Rug, 5'11" x 6'7"

J Nazmiyal Inc.

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Swedish Rug, 5'11" x 6'7"

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
Sweden
Materials:
wool
Size:
71" L x 69" W
Color/Finish:
orange
Care:
other; Professional cleaning.

Why We Love This

Antique Swedish Art Deco carpet, 1930s. Stunning stepped geometry on a burnt orange ground set against a warm ivory-tan border. While thoroughly modern in its taste and impact, it nonetheless recalls the geometric traditions of the best Chinese, Tibetan, and Turkish rugs as well, although in an autumnal palette that is distinctly Scandinavian. The lustrous wool shows off the simple color and form to great effect.
As described by Nazmiyal

About Nazmiyal

Jason Nazmiyal, the owner of the Manhattan-based rug company that bears his name, has been buying and selling antique and vintage rugs for three decades. His goal is not merely to find and offer the finest handcrafted rugs—worthy though that goal is—but also to share his knowledge of and passion for the art form. His collection, which ranges from Moroccan runners to Swedish flatweaves to antique Oushaks, shows that he continues to achieve both ambitions.