Shahsavan Kilim

(DK-117-43)   Antique
6'7" x 9'2" (201cm x 279cm)
Iran, Northwest Persia: Circa 1900
Flat-weave (kilim), slit-tapestry technique: wool
A tribal kilim (flat-weave) from the Azerbaijan province in Northwest Iran, attributed to the Shahsavan tribes, featuring a classic design in a lovely color palette.

The kilim was woven in two symmetrical halves and joined with a seam in the middle - a common trick for tribal weavers using narrow looms at home.
Condition & Remarks
Very well preserved, sturdy and clean

Medium, Kilims