Village Bidjar Rug

Village Bidjar Rug


This circa 1930s Bidjar rug was hand knotted in Northwest Persia and is wool on a cotton foundation.  The wool in this rug has a very soft touch.  The design is a dark blue field with a middle stepped faded terra-cotta red stepped reserve.  The center of the medallion is an ivory radiating flower head filled with cartouches that circle around an octagon.  The border is a dark blue continuous flower head and plant border.  This rug is very tightly woven, which is part of the Bidjar style, which gives it a dense pile.

  • 2'8"x4'3" or 81x130 cm

  • Cotton foundation and wool pile

  • Made in Northwest Persia in the 1930s

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