|Size||3'3'' x 11' feet|
|Country Of Origin||Iran|
Antique Persian Heriz Rug, Country of origin: Persia, Circa date: First Quarter Of The 20th Century (1920’s) – A gorgeous antique Persian rug which resonates an elegantly understated geometric Heriz pattern. This exquisite number, done in rich rust and deep navy, with brilliant but not overpowering creme accompaniment, is as beautiful as the year it was woven. Bright and echoing every iota of the symmetrical appeal of this antique rug, the charmingly geometric patterns interconnect and work together to mesh into one eye-catching design. There are innumerable details present in the piece, including artistic florets, roses, clovers and poppies that flow over the exquisite black, crimson and navy drape of the piece. These are accented by attractive details produced in sky-blue, blushing-pink and calming buttermilk-yellow. A cultured investment, this piece catches both the imagination and the eye and is beautiful in both contrasting and complimenting decor.
Though Heriz rugs can elevate any room’s interior decor with the look of luxury, they’re surprisingly durable and hard wearing. Some argue that it is because the Northwest Persian Heriz area is near a sizable copper deposit and traces of copper in the drinking water of the sheep make Heriz wool exceptionally resilient.
Heriz rugs have the visual gravity to make them the ideal foundation for even the most formal rooms, but their appeal isn’t limited to traditionally decorated spaces. Their style, color, and durability make them amazingly versatile additions that work perfectly with modern decor.
The hand knotting technique used in making Heriz rugs creates a lush, dense pile that feels delightful underfoot and also absorbs sounds. This makes decorating with antique Persian Heriz rugs ideal for libraries, music rooms, reading rooms, conversation areas, or any space where quiet is appreciated.
A Persian Heriz rug can be the perfect addition to a sitting room where you and your guests enjoy a drink before dinner or coffee after dessert. Never distracting or over-the-top, Heriz rugs will provide an air of quiet luxury that sets everyone at ease.
Heriz rugs go so well with wood, stone, marble, brass, and other metals. This makes them an excellent choice for adding a touch of tradition to living rooms and dining rooms. The understated elegance of the design, the luxuriously dense pile, and the deep, calm and happy colors set off the other furnishings in the room to maximum advantage without competing for attention.
A Heriz rug creates an atmosphere of timeless tastefulness in a traditional dining room, while it can add a feeling of indulgent luxury to a bedroom just as easily. And whether your living room is furnished with genuine antiques or the ultimate in ultra modern minimalism, starting the decorating process with antique Persian Heriz rugs as the foundation of your decor will help coordinate everything else in the room for a relaxing, unified and well-put-together look.