This is a stunning antique Kashan from the early 1900's and in mint condition. It is truly a museum or collector's piece. This rug is woven of Manchester wool, also known as 'kork', which is made from the softest parts of the lamb. The rug also has a high knot count, or KPSI (knots per square inch), which makes for fine detail as evidenced even on the back of the rug! This beautiful color palette of muted burnt orange and indigo is a hallmark of antiques from this area, but rarely used anymore. The Kashan has a truly stunning central medallion, echoed in the corners and and the borders of the rug. The floral and vine design is a burst of Spring with green, rose, ivory and shades of blue.
Within 14 days of receiving your rug, we will give you a full refund, provided that you give us in this time period, (i) a tracking number for the return, (ii) pay for return shipping, and (iii) ensure the rug is in the same condition as when received.