Originating from Turkestan circa 1920-1930, this Khotan antique rug is a gorgeous melting pot of designs as it features a medallion along with floral and geometric elements. The 6x11 masterpiece revels in an uncommon abrashed background of onion pink with purple hues that comfortably mothers muted tones of blue and brown accenting into pale tints of yellow and green—a combination seldom seen among the pinks used in this lineage. Connoisseurs may note the prevalence of a distinguished Khotan symbol—the ay gul rosette and tree of life motifs, both of which connote a wide array of interpretations. Further present in the symbology of this piece are the pomegranate tree, Buddhist style corner spandrels, blossoms, and a cloudband border—all celebrated in this renowned antique rug tradition. A rare piece, thriving in good condition for its age and origin, well suited for entryways, hallways, corridors, country homes, farm houses, foyers, staircases and select lobbies yearning for such a thoughtful piece.
Antique Turkestan Khotan Rug in Pink, Beige-Brown Medallion Floral Pattern " 6’x11’5” "
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