(High-Decorative) Offering an infinitely complex, multi-layered design and a captivating palette of soft celadon and seafoam greens, contrasted with azure, coral, and fuchsia hues, this complex, yet serene 130-140-year-old Kirman rug seems more like a refined tapestry. Its extreme delicacy of design results from the utmost fineness of its weave. Rows of large botehs (the precursor to the Indian paisley) float on a sophisticated background of diminutive trees and botanical flourishes. Finally, the intricate border design echoes that of the field, bringing a seamless integration to the whole composition. Its extraordinarily good condition further enhances its desirability.

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