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  • Number YR872

  • Type Village

  • Material Wool

  • Style Medallion

  • Origin Malayer

  • Size 190 x 132

  • Age 1870

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The finest quality of Mishan Malayer that was woven in the 19th century with the highest knot count. Such rugs were destined for the mansions of the wealthy elite in the Qajar period and were kept as family heirlooms. This explains how this masterpiece managed to survive in such perfect shape.

The handsome cartouche border frames an elegant field with an eye-catching large medallion and swirling vines. Superb coloration.

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