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Antique Ivory Persian Kermon Miscellaneous


SKU: 10005206
Actual Size: 8'-8" x 18'-0"
Background Color: Ivory
Age: Antique
Age Details: ca 1930s
Origin of Rug: Persian
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Suggested Retail Price*: $3,500.00 Contact Us for Sales Price

* Suggested retail price listed is for reference only. Final pricing will vary and is dependent on factors such as quantity discounts, in-store promotions, designer/trade discounts, negotiation, and trade-in rug allowances. For personalized pricing and assistance, please contact our team.



This Kermon rug is a testament to the revered artistry of Persian weaving, embodying a legacy of elegance and intricate craftsmanship. Its surface boasts a harmonious composition of floral motifs nestled within a serene cream field, flanked by ornate border designs that speak to its timeless grace. Seamlessly aligning with both classic and modern decor, this rug’s soft color palette and elaborate detailing enrich any living space with a subtle, sophisticated air. Proudly presenting a considerable size of 8'8" x 18'0", this piece is not merely a rug but a slice of history woven into the present.

Kermon rugs are a type of Persian rug that originates from the city of Kermon in southeastern Iran. Kermon is renowned for its long history of carpet weaving, dating back several centuries. They are characterized by intricate patterns, vibrant colors, and high-quality craftsmanship. These rugs often feature floral motifs, intricate medallions, and elaborate borders, in a color palette that includes rich reds, blues, greens, and ivory.

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.