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Bakhtiar - Circa 1950: 13'3" x 10'3"

Bakhtiar - Circa 1950: 13'3" x 10'3"

Bakhtiar - Circa 1950: 13'3" x 10'3"
Bakhtiar - Circa 1950: 13'3" x 10'3"
Bakhtiar - Circa 1950: 13'3" x 10'3"
Bakhtiar - Circa 1950: 13'3" x 10'3"

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NameBakhtiar - Circa 1950
Size in feet 13'3" x 10'3"
Size in meters4.04 x 3.12
Pile (Fiber & Yarns Used)100% Pure Wool
Type of fabricationHand-knotted with Senneh knots
Country Made InIran (Western Asia)
Design OriginTribal Persian
ConditionPre-owned semi-antique in excellent condition
Carpet IDSR161401
CUSTOM SIZES AVAILABLE BY SPECIAL ORDER
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Sizes are approximate. Photographs are not necessarily exact for color.
New rugs are of the highest quality in their category and are handpicked overseas by the Bashir family.
About Antique Rugs

"Antique" refers to carpets at least 100 years old, whereas rugs between 50 and 99 years of age are classified as "semi-antique".

Typically crafted with hand-spun wool and eco-friendly organic dyes, old carpets have a more luminous surface, creating an illusion of depth. Newer pieces are rarely able to capture the patina and character of an antique, which can add warmth to even the most pristine and minimalist spaces.

Oriental & Persian carpet designs began to change at the turn of the 20th century, as Western influence expanded across the Middle East. The authenticity of the unique designs produced by local cultures declined with the introduction of larger-scale production that aimed to accommodate foreign tastes. Preserving the traditional techniques involved in the craft also became more challenging following the effects of the Industrial Revolution.

Tips for Collectors
  • Antique rugs are made of wool, cotton and silk. New rugs can be made from a variety of fibers, both natural and synthetic, including wool, cotton and silk, but also silk blends, faux silk (often called "Art Silk" or "artificial silk"), mercerized cotton and olefin.

  • If a rug has signs of wear but still looks vibrant, this is an indication that it is a genuine antique.

  • For insurance purposes, you should always obtain a certificate of authenticity from the dealer. This document should include the size, origin, age, style, materials, knot density, condition and estimated retail value of the carpet.

  • An authentic antique will not have a brand name associated with it, nor will it be hand-tufted.





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