Hand-Knotted Western Anatolian Yagçibedir Area Rug
A semi-antique western Anatolian Yagçibedir wool area rug. It has a large hexagonal central lozenge with ram’s horn hooks to the ends. The central pattern is a floral pole medallion with stylized racemes of trefoil flower buds and symbols in shades of carnelian red on a deep indigo field. the Lozenge is framed by a lattice of stylized box flower heads in the same varied shades of red, framed by a compound border of serrated leaves, arrow form quatrefoils and geometric forms in the same palette. It has a narrow red and blue kilim skirt to each end, with overcast edges and hand-finished, plaited wool fringe to the ends. It is unlabeled.
- Please note, this is an item that may be especially difficult to move and/or transport. Unless shipping arrangements are available and made by the winning bidder, that individual is advised to bring appropriate assistance, vehicle, proper materials, and any necessary tools to pickup.
- some wear and fading to the wool; small area of furniture impressions.
- approximately 6.5′ × 9.75.