This antique Afshar Sofreh flatweave rug was woven in the late 19th Century and features a geometric and curvilinear diamond totem pole design on a rich camel colored field. This piece represents an early example of the limited Afshar sofrehs from this period. A ‘sofreh’ is a type of textile weaving that was a type of surface used for dining and eating without a table. Note: the eagle in the bottom right was added by someone other than the original artisan. Great as a wall hanging or drape over a table. Rare piece.
Age: Circa 1875-1895
Dimensions: 2'1" x 5'9"
Condition: Very good considering age. Small old rewoven areas in field. All original. Old velcro strip on top for wall hanging.
Color Palette: 9 colors including camel, red, green, brown, blue, salmon
Composition: 100% wool
One of a kind antique rug, handwoven and handknotted.
Carefully cleaned by hand using our proprietary technique with organic and natural supplies.