Antique Rust Persian Serapi Oversize


SKU: 23010053
General Size: OVERSIZE
Actual Size: 11'-11" x 16'-8"
Background Color: RUST
Age: Antique
Age Details: ca 1900
Origin of Rug: Persian
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The Persian Serapi rug showcases a heritage of exceptional craftsmanship, featuring a sophisticated medallion design set against a rich, terracotta field, accented with intricately detailed borders. Its hand-knotted wool pile conveys a visual depth and a luxurious texture that promises enduring beauty and comfort. Seamlessly blending with both contemporary and traditional interiors, this rug adds an elegant touch to any space. Perfect for a grand room, it measures 11'11" x 16'8", making it a refined centerpiece for discerning collectors and designers.

Heriz rugs are Persian rugs from the area of Heriz in northwest Iran, northeast of Tabriz. Rugs are produced in the village of the same name in the slopes of Mount Salaban. Heriz carpets are durable and hard-wearing and they can last for generations. Heriz rug weavers often make them in geometric, bold patterns in vibrant colors with a large medallion dominating the field. Such designs are traditional and often woven from memory. Serapi rugs are in a class with Heriz, with Serapi rugs known to be finer.

Our collection includes new and vintage/antique handmade rugs, each with its own unique characteristics and color variations, enhancing their individuality and charm. We do our best to accurately depict colors and areas of variation/repair/wear in our photos. We invite you to embrace the inherent beauty of these variations, as they contribute to the authenticity and allure of our handcrafted rugs. Expert repairs and restoration available as needed.