Antique Caucasian Seychour rug. This rug was woven in the second half of the 19th Century featuring a classic design with cabbage heads floating on a dark brown almost black field with an attractive floral meander border accentuating the overall field design.
Seychour rugs are a sub type of Kuba and were woven in the early to mid 19th Century in small villages in the Caucasus. These rugs are known for their detailed designs and saturated colors.
Age: Circa 1850-1875
Style: Kuba, Seychour
Dimensions:3'2" x 5'1"
Condition: Excellent condition with close to full wool pile. Ends have original macrame fringe. Fully secured sides and ends.
Color Palette:Red, light blue, brown, green, yellow, ivory
Composition: 100% wool
Reference: For identical border, see Ian Bennett's "Oriental Rugs Vol. 1: Caucasian", page 308, illustration 408.
One of a kind antique rug, handwoven and handknotted.
Carefully cleaned by hand using our proprietary technique with organic and natural supplies.