The condition of this carpet is good, with a medium pile height, showing minimal lower areas of pile. No major restoration or damage to report. Washed and ready floor the floor.
The weavers in Bakshaish, north Persia used the influences of tribal weavers from the Caucasian villages in their designs. These rustic carpets are often a very similar in colour to that of neighbouring Heriz and Serapi carpets and rugs. The early pieces such as this will always have more muted dyes purely down to their age, the natural yellows and variety of rust reds are only seen in carpets of this vintage.
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