Antique Khamseh Confederacy Rug, Arab Ghani Tribe, ...

Item Number
BM1299

A charming little rug of the Khamseh Confederacy Arab Ghani sub-tribe, in very good condition, made around 1900.
Note the stylised birds in the middle madder-red border.
Size: 1.58m x 1.27m (5' 2" x 4' 2").
£1,450

Antique Khamseh Confederacy Rug, Baharlu Taifeh, South-West ...

Item Number
BM/ST1

Made around 1870-1880, this stunning rug of the Baharlu nomads within the Khamseh Confederacy tribes, is in excellent overall condition, even retaining its original skirts at each end. The field consists of pomegranates and the vegetable colours are superb.
Size: 1.96m x 1.17m (6' 5" x 3' 10").
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Antique Khamseh Confederacy Rug, Fars Province, South-West ...

Item Number
BM/Khamseh

This charming little rug was made by Arab nomads within the Khamseh Confederacy - a confederation of 5 tribes - in Fars Province, south-west Persia circa 1900. The rug is in excellent condition - full pile - with a glowing indigo-blue field and spandrels of madder-red. Within the spandrels are stylised peacocks - symbols of immortality and divine protection.
Size: 1.60m x 1.15m (5' 3" x 3' 9").
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Antique Khamseh Confederacy Tribal Rug, South-West Persia ...

Item Number
BM834

The quality of the wool on this rug made by the tribes of the Khamseh Confederacy, is amazingly soft and lustrous. The overall condition is excellent and I love the depiction of a huge variety of stylised animals and birds! A truly charming rug!
Size: 1.91m x 1.52m (6' 3" x 5' 0")
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Antique Khamseh Confederacy Tribes, South-West Persia

Item Number
BM372

A truly fabulous rug of the Khamseh Confederation made in south-west Persia around 1880. The rug is in mint condition - full pile and complete flatwoven ends - no repairs other than the selvedges having been rebound. The colours are superb - glowing vegetable dyes throughout!
A wonderful and collectable example.
Size: 1.70m x 1.25m (5' 7" x 4' 1").
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Antique Carpet, Khamseh Confederacy Tribes, South West ...

Item Number
BM688

This very handsome carpet was made by the Khamseh Confederacy tribes in south west Persia at the beginning of the 20th century. The colours are all vegetable.
Size: 2.74m x 2.13m (9' 0" x 7' 0").
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Antique Khamseh Confederacy Rug, South-West Persia

Item Number
BM403

A fabulous 'chicken' ('murghi' in Persian) rug of the Khamseh Confederacy Baharlu tribe of south-west Persia, made circa 1860-1870.
The rug is in excellent condition bar a few minor areas in the corners which have been expertly restored - not a concern for such a wonderful, collectable piece. The weave is extremely fine indicating a very important rug to its original owner. The field is literally filled with chickens, all pecking at seeds on the ground!
Size: 1.78m x 1.30m (5' 10" x 4' 3").
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Antique Baharlu Tribal Rug of the Khamseh ...

Item Number
BM915

This stunning rug has a myriad of chickens all pecking at seeds on the ground! Made by the Baharlu tribe of the Khamseh Confederacy in south-west Persia around 1860-1870, this beautiful rug is in very good condition with little wear and a fabulous palette of saturated vegetable colours. The end panels are complete and the warps at the top end are braided and intact.
This is one of the best Baharlu rugs I've handled.
Size: 2.75m x 1.50m (9' x 5').
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Antique Khamseh Confederacy Rug, South-West Persia

Item Number
BM723

This very decorative square rug was made by the Baharlu tribe of the Khamseh Confederacy in south-west Persia during the last quarter of the 19th century. I have to refer to it as 'the chicken rug' as it is literally covered in chickens pecking at seeds on the ground! In mint condition with a soft, lustrous woollen pile, this rug is a nice example of the work done by the Arab Baharlu in the 19th century.
Size: 1.83m x 1.68m (6' 0" x 5' 6").
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