- Dimensions, Origin, Age, Structure & Material
- 5'4" x 5'6" (160cm x 165cm)
Iran, Southern Persia: Early 20th Century
Flat-weave (kilim), with brocading: wool
- Medium, Small, Kilims, Plain & Simple, Trappings, etc
- An old tribal flat-weave from Southern Iran, attributed to Afshar weavers, intented for use as a "sofra", a meal mat used by the family. This type of weaving has a very sturdy construction with a brocaded border and tightly wrapped edges. It can be used as a sturdy floor rug, but also as a table cover or a wall hanging.
- Condition & Remarks
Very well preserved, sturdy and clean