Vintage Heriz Handwoven Tribal Rug, J69617

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Size: 7' 2" X 11' 0"

SKU: J69617

Pile Fiber: Wool

Surface: Pile

Age: Vintage

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PRODUCT INFORMATION

SKU J69617
Size 7' 2" X 11' 0"
Size Category 8 X 10
Shape Rectangle
Design Heriz
Origin Persian
Style Tribal
Sub Style Nomadic Persian & Turkish
Primary Color Red
Background Color Red
Accent Color Light Blue
Pile Fiber Wool
Foundation Fiber Cotton
Construction Handwoven
Surface Pile
Age Vintage
Circa 1925

This rug, originating from Persia, features the iconic Heriz design, commonly associated with the Heris village in Northwestern Iran. Known for their distinctive geometric patterns and superior durability, Heriz rugs are highly sought after in the world of floor coverings. This particular rug, dated circa 1925, remains an elegant portrayal of the Heriz style.

Composed of wool on cotton, this vintage rug displays a large, bold, red background, typical of the tribal artistry behind Heriz designs. The pronounced medallion, a defining characteristic of these rugs, is also showcased in red, which is the rug’s primary color.

Heriz rugs' inception promoted the production of more oversized and sturdier rugs ideal for export, which were favored by Tabriz merchants in the late 19th century. Upon examining the design, one can perceive a rare blend of rustic village craftsmanship and opulent Persian court influences.

A significant attribute of the rug’s design includes the influence of Mongol settlers who occupied Iran's northwest in the 13th century and held a profound effect on the regional carpet industry. Furthermore, the harsh climate of the Heriz region assists in the production of high-quality wool, used as the principal material in the rug’s construction.

Looking at its historical background, the Heriz rug’s design demonstrates an intriguing interplay of cultures. Turkish, Armenian, and Kurdish tribes have all had a bearing on the rug’s making, justifying the angular designs distinct from other Persian carpets.

The high-density pile formation of Heriz rugs lends them enhanced longevity, attributing to their worldwide popularity. With a limited assortment of colors used in their design, these rugs seamlessly integrate into various home settings, particularly those featuring woodwork.

Today, while their demand continues to be robust, the traditional methods employed during their making have been preserved meticulously. Consequently, every Heriz rug, including this one, remains authentic, retaining its cultural and historical value over time. Each rug, therefore, serves as a beautiful piece of utilitarian art, narrating a tale of cultural interchange and craftsmanship honed through centuries of practice.

The dimensions of the rug noted here are 7 feet 2 inches by 11 feet. Despite its age, the rug continues to remain in remarkable condition, encapsulating the prominent traits of Heriz designs, from the vibrant red primary coloring to the recognizable geometric patterns.

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