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Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559

Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559
Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559
Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559
Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559
Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559
Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559
Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559

Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559   Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559

Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main. Couleurs: rouge, bleu marine, vert olive, bordeaux, jaune.

Antique hand made Caucasian Shirvan rug in good condition. This beautiful masterpiece has allover design with colourful diamond shaped figures covering the rug. The red border is surrounding the central area and decorated in tribal accent. The bright colours will bring the life into the room.

The rug has been restored and now in good condition. Shirvan rugs - The historic Khanate or administrative district of Shirvan produced many highly decorative antique rugs that have a formality and stylistic complexity that is found in few rugs from the Caucasus. The depth of colors, the complexity of the composition and the phenomenal patterns featured in antique Shirvan rugs set them apart from those produced in other regions of the Caucasus. Shirvan, which is part of modern-day Azerbaijan, was populated by Azeri Turks and some Armenians, who were expert dyers and weavers.

The format is generally long and narrow, which would have been preferred by consumers in the Caucasus. This format lends itself well to multi-medallion compositions. Grand symbol-filled medallions with polychrome accents are featured prominently as are all-over Afshan patterns, which are a sort of angular arabesque filled with dramatic harshang palmettes.

Stunning allover patterns featuring symbolic devices and a latticework of angular floral sprigs are also used. Fine prayer rugs with angular mihrabs are made in the area as well.

Rugs from the Shirvan region include those produced in Marasali, Bakuand other local cities and villages with the largest carpets coming from Baku. Regardless of the format or the patterns featured, antique Shirvan carpets are full of strong colors, powerful symbols and subtle details that add to their stylistic richness. Shirvan rugs are often the most sought after antique rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvan rugs were made not far from those of Kuba, which are closely related in terms of design and coloration.

But Shirvans tend to be distinguished by a larger, more supple weave. They also leaned more to medallion designs, while Kubas relied more on allover patterns. Still, Shirvan rugs and Kubas constitute something of a contrast to the bolder more graphic quality of South Caucasian rugs like Kazaks andKarabaghs. Instead they are more finely detailed, relying on precise articulations of form as well as the effects of rich color.

Condition: good, restored, -circa: 1910, -size: 4'x 5.5'(122cm x 167cm), -material: wool, -country of origin: Russia, -style: Shirvan, -background colours: red, navy blue, olive green, burgundy, yellow. En cas de retour, les frais sont à la charge de l'acheteur.

L'item "Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559" est en vente depuis le dimanche 11 septembre 2016. Il est dans la catégorie "Art, antiquités\Meubles, décoration du XXe\Design du XXe siècle\Tapis". Le vendeur est "ancientapis" et est localisé à/en Bordeaux, Aquitaine. Cet article peut être livré partout dans le monde.

  • Forme: Rectangle
  • Style: Shirvan
  • Matière dominante: Laine
  • Couleur dominante: Rouge


Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559   Tapis ancien Caucasien Shirvan fait main 122cm x 167cm 1910 1B559