Stunning Armenian Karabagh rug woven in the 1930s. Features a design of partridges and cabbage roses floating above a deep black field.
An inscription featuring a name and date in Armenian at the top:
"13 March 1932 Vardider Yerzinkyan"
In excellent condition with little to no signs of wear. Thick pile, woven in a full lustrous wool, with a soft handle.
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Size: 4'3" x 7'
Country of Origin: Nagorno-Karabakh (South Caucasus)
Type of Rug: Karabagh
Material: Wool Pile on a Wool Foundation
Pile Height: High
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