This hooked rug is made to look like the Log Cabin pattern usually associated with quilts. One can see this rug in several ways; there are five light and dark blocks; pinwheels and hourglasses. Lights and darks are well placed to give lots of movement. It is mounted on a stretcher measuring 40" square. Made of wools; circa 1920. Ex- Barbara Johnson collection.
From our World Handicrafts Collection (ex-Asia), a handsome Persian Heriz rug featuring wool on cotton construction, utilizing an elegant palette of cranberry red, black, and salmon as the main colors of the so-called "shield pattern" central field, and using secondary accent colors of blue-green, orange, brown and beige, along with turtle motif designs in the borders.
Size and Condition: 11 1/4 feet x 7 1/2 feet...
From our World Handicrafts Collection (ex-Asia), a beautiful vintage Persian rug circa 1925-1950 from Isfahan Province, featuring wool on cotton construction utilizing a vibrant palette of strong red, strong blue, and cream as the main colors of the central field, along with secondary accent colors of brown, peach, mint green, two other shades of blue, and rose pink. A very striking example in superb condition.
Size and Condition: 11 1/2 feet x 8 1/4 feet...
Beautiful American Children's fanciful hook rug, motif depicting bears, cats, dogs, and rabbits.
perfect for children's room or for the people young at heart
Dimension: 8 foot 5 in x 11 ft 5 in , images at both sides
very fine condition and clean
A tightly hooked rug, American, perhaps Amish, from the 1930’s. Wool on burlap with hand attached black cotton backing. 29 inches long by 22 inches wide. The unusual free hand pattern shows black stars with pale blue crosses in an integrated geometric pattern.
Condition: Overall excellent condition with one professional darned repair on the border between one star and cross (see close up image)...
A brightly colored folky horse, wool on burlap hand hooked rug, expertly cleaned and in original condition, fresh and ready for display, 22" X 36", hooked by and from the estate of Grace Wright (1905-1993) who with much delight, hooked rugs throughout her adult life.
A brightly colored wool on burlap, geometric design hand hooked rug with stars and eagles in squares, expertly cleaned and in very good condition, fresh and ready for use, 23" x 60", from the estate of Grace Wright (1905-1993) who took great delight in making this rug and many others throughout her adult life.
A brightly colored folky pictorial hand hooked wool on burlap rug, a winter scene with snow flakes and a sleigh flying over a roof topped by a weather vane, from the estate of Grace Wright (1905-1993) who hooked many rugs throughout her adult life, 22" X 36", expertly cleaned and in excellent original condition, ready for display.
A brightly colored folky pictorial hand hooked wool on burlap rug of a horse's head, expertly cleaned and in original condition, fresh and ready for display, signed, Grace Wright , Feb. 1980, 22" X 36" , from the estate of Grace Wright (1905-1993) who hand hooked many rugs throughout her adult life.
a brightly colored geometric design of alternating stars and eagles in squares, hand hooked wool on burlap, canvas backed, expertly cleaned and in very good condition with one small bit of wear at one corner., from the estate of Grace Wright (1905-1993) who hooked this rug with much delight, and many others throughout her adult life, 20" x 28".
A Persian Shahsavan bag dating from around 1900. The face is woven in wool in Sumakh flatweave technique, showing different repeating ornaments. The back is made of stripes in Kilim. Originally this wool bag was a double bag. Condition: clean, vibrant colors. The selvages with signs of partial wear, the back with damaged area. Dimension: 52 cm x 47 cm. Provenance: Old Swiss collection.
From our World Handicrafts Collection (ex-Asia), a fine vintage Afghani tribal rug, wool on wool handmade construction, using exclusively natural pigments / mineral dyes. A modestly sized but very well-executed and elegant example that works well in either a rustic or formal decor.
Size and Condition: 57 inches long, 39 inches wide. There are some random expected thread pulls and light wear commensurate with age and use, but overall excellent condition.
Concentric Frames hooked and clipped rug. Made with a huge variety of solid and printed, cotton and wool fabrics. Measures 32" x 40"; excellent condition. Pennsylvania origin; circa 1930 ( with many earlier fabrics as well).
A small Afshar bag in knotted pile with kilim back. Condition: clean, rim areas with localized low pile and wear, selvages partially undone, back with some damages. Dimension: 54 cm x 50 cm.
Softly toned rug combining braiding and crocheting. The use of braided rows at right angles to the crocheted rows creates an interesting design.
Made of a huge variety of solid and printed cottons; excellent condition. Professionally mounted on a stretcher measuring 25" x 46". Pennsylvania origin; circa 1930.
Finely hand hooked wool on burlap, imaginary birds and unicorns, a Pearl K. McGown design. She was a rug designer and creator who was an important influence in the art of rug hooking in the early 20th century. The design is perhaps inspired by Renaissance Tapestries. In excellent unused condition, mid 20th century. 20"x25-1/2". A delightful wall hanging - we can have a sleeve made so it is ready for hanging...
Portrait of a family of cats, mother and two kittens, with a ball. Hand hooked, wool on burlap. Found in a trunk on Cape Cod, rolled up, put away and never used, new professional binding, in excellent condition. A delightful wall hanging - we can have a sleeve made so it is ready for hanging, circa 1930. 29"x52". We accept time payments and quantity discounts, ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...
From our World Handicrafts Collection (ex-Asia), a very striking and highly unusual vintage silk on cotton kilim style rug, Persia, executed in a bold multi-colored palette of red, gold, purple, blue, rust, green, brown, peach, pink, cream, turquoise and black. It's a legitimate reflex to assume this unusual kilim comes from somewhere in the Caucasus Region, but further research suggests that the lion and double eagles in the center panel are actually Persian motifs de guerre...