An Antique Caucasian Kazak Rug, Russian Empire (1721-1917). A fine wool pile in Turkish knot tightly woven on an all wool base. A geometric design consisting of three large Shulavar medallions with the inward pointing arrowheads in blue, green, yellow, white and black on a red field containing multi-coloured octagrams, framed by three borders, octagons on a blue background, Bordjalou pattern on a white ground and finally a Lambalo meandering floral on a red ground. Label on backside.
Condition: Good overall foundation , some minor wear on center, one end complete, one slightly eroded, edges striped-green-red and blue.
Measuring: 101 in. x 52 in.
Provenance: R. H. Dinihanian, Palm Springs, CA
“This Rug Cleaned and Serviced May 1, 1987, The House of Quality and Reputation M.E.Dinihanian & Sons, Established 1914, Importers of Oriental Rugs & Broadloom Carpets, 1025 S.W. Washington St., Portland 5, Oregon, Richard Dinihanian Design Studio S.F. Size 4.5x8.6 Schulauer Kazak Circa 1850”