Khorasan Baluch Rugs

Examples:

Salar Khani Baluch Rug, Khorasan C. 1930

Salar Khani Baluch Rug, Khorasan C. 1930

Mashad area, Khorasan, northeast Persia, about 1930. 6ft.8in. x 3ft.9in. 2.03m. x 1.14m



Baluch Rug, Khorasan C. 1930-50 

Baluch Rug, Khorasan C. 1930-50

Khorasan, northeast Persia, about 1930-50. 6ft.10in. x 4ft.2in. 2.08m. x 1.27m. Not separately supplied.



Unusual Baluch Rug Northeast Persia late 19th C. 

Unusual Baluch Rug Northeast Persia late 19th C.

A rare and attractive Baluchi rug, Khorasan, northeast Persia or west Afghanistan, late 19th century. 6ft.3in. x 3ft. 1.91m. x 0. 91m.

One or two very small areas of slight wear, small distressed area lower right edge. A Baluch of unusual color and design. The main border is associated not only with so-called Timuri carpets but also to a group of probably west Afghani prayer rugs.



Baluch rug Persia second half 19th C

Baluch rug Persia second half 19th C

Origin: Northeast Persia, Khorasan, late 19th century

Size: ca. 151 x 87 cm

This small Baluch rug with its bold güls and curled leaf border shows strong Turkmen design influences. Well-preserved with a high pile, wide flat-woven selvedges and remains of the kilim finishes.



Baluch Rug Persia late 19th C

Baluch Rug Persia late 19th C

Origin: Northeast Persia, Khorasan, late 19th century

Size: ca. 132 x 84 cm

Heavy corrosion of the brown shades, otherwise in good condition; original sides, remains of the kilim finishes have survived.



Baluch rug Persia second half 19th C 

Baluch rug Persia second half 19th C

Origin: Northeast Persia, Khorasan, second half 19th century

Size: ca. 177 x 97 cm

Signs of wear in the pile, replaced selvedges, remains of the kilim finishes at the top and bottom have survived.



Baluch Rug NE Persia, Khorasan Region

Baluch Rug NE Persia, Khorasan Region

Size 2'10" x 5'2"

Date 1880-1899

In this rug one sees familiar elements of the Baluch design vocabulary rendered in a primitive fashion suggestive of a nomadic setting. Three Baluch-style trees divide the field vertically. Reciprocal animal or bird heads, rather than the more common sectioned leaves, populate the trees. Three rows of white flower heads or "nectarine" blossoms provide balance and stability to the field composition. The ground color has a brownish-red tonality reminiscent of a shade one sees in certain Turkmen weavings. Three abrashed areas transverse the rug.

Condition: Very Good. There are isolated areas of slight wear otherwise the pile is full. End kilims, top and bottom, are intact and in good condition. Four cord selvedges are overcast with lamb wool and small amounts of what appears to be camel hair.

Structure Warps: wool, undyed, ivory, brown, brown and ivory plied together. 2 strands, Z-spun, S-plied

Wefts: wool, undyed, varied shades of brown.

Knots: asymmetrical inclined to the left

Sides: four-cord selvedge. over-cast, figure-8 style in wool and animal hair.

Ends: kilims at both top and bottom intact and in good state of preservation.







Khorasan Baluch Rug C. 1900

Khorasan Baluch Rug C. 1900

Khorasan, northeast Persia about 1900. 4ft.5in. x 3ft. 2in. 1.35m. x 0.97m. Overall even wear, dark brown corroded, slight damage to edges and ends.



Khorasan Baluch Persian Rug, C. 1950 

Khorasan Baluch Persian Rug, C. 1950

Animal rug. Mashad region, northeast Persia about 1950. 4ft.1in. x 2ft.8in. 1.25m. x 0.81m. Rugs of this type were apparently made by settled Baluchi weavers.



Persian Baluch runner Late 19th C. 

Persian Baluch runner Late 19th C.

Baluchi runner, Khorasan, northeast Persia late 19th century. 12ft. x 3ft. 3.66m. x 0.91m.



Persian Baluch Rug

Persian Baluch Rug

Size: 2 foot 9 inch by 5 foot.

This a very pretty tribal rugs from one of the villages in Northeast Iran in the province of Khorasan. It is a good, thick, sturdy village rug that is both attractive and utilitarian. This is a handmade Persian Baluch Rug. The dyes are good. It dates to the late 20th century. The picture is darker in the bottom left corner but the rug is even in color.

Structure: Asymmetrical knot open to the left. 10 knots per horizontal inch and 10 knots per vertical inch. 100 per square inch (1550 per square decimeter).

Color: Raspberry, plum, golden-rod, olive green, black.

Yarn Spin: Z.

Warp: 1 ply white cotton.

Weft: 2 shots gray cotton.

Pile: 2 wool singles.

Ends: Post-hitch wharf binding with .5 inch warp fringe.

Selvages: 2 cord interlaced blue, black wool.

Handle: Light-medium, durable, pliable, soft wool.

Further Notes: Excellent condition.





Baluch lion and antelope rug Persia late 19th C

Baluch lion and antelope rug Persia late 19th C

Origin: Northeast Persia, Khorasan, late 19th century

Size: ca. 257 x 120 cm

The field design of this rare Baluch depicts a highly abstract garden landscape including paths, streams, and water basins. It is populated by many small animals. An unusual feature in this context is the motif of a lion killing an antelope, repeated four times: this theme was used in ancient Persian weaving. Very good condition, original finishes all around.




Khorassan Carpet circa 1920 

Khorassan Carpet circa 1920

A Khorassan carpet, North East Persia, circa 1920

MEASUREMENTS

552 by 372cm., 18ft. 1in. by 12ft. 3in.



Khorassan. Ostpersien. Um 1900



Khorassan. Ostpersien. Um 1900

163 x 117cm.



 Khorossan Carpet East Persia


 Khorossan Carpet East Persia

MEASUREMENTS

Approximately 13ft. 7in. by 10ft. 1in. (4.14 by 3.07m.)

DESCRIPTION

Circa 1890 original flatwoven ends, oxidized burgundies, sides and ends fraying in areas.




The Khorossan sickle-leaf design Persian carpet fragment



The Khorossan sickle-leaf design Persian carpet fragment

Northeast Persia, 17th century

Field and border joined, oxidized charcoals, repaired slits, later selvaged on all four sides, linen backed.

Approximately 7ft. 3in. by 3ft. 9in. (2.21 by 1.14m.)

Warp: cotton, undyed, Z4S, strongly depressed

Weft: cotton, light walnut, Z spun, 3 shoots

Pile: wool, Z2S, asymmetric jufti knot open to the left

Density: 13 horizontal, 18-20 vertical

Sides: not original

Ends: not original

Colors: ivory, saffron, pale rose madder, orange madder, madder, pale blue-green, mid blue-green, light indigo, indigo, light walnut, dark walnut.








Antique Khorasan Shrub Carpet 17th Century 


Antique Khorasan Shrub Carpet 17th Century

Country of Origin: Doroksh, Khorasan, Persia/Iran

Date of Origin late 19th century

Having a star shaped medallion on the ochre field with stylized cypress trees, shrubs and rosettes within an indigo blossom border.

Approximately 18 ft. 1 in. x 14 ft. 4 in. (551 cm. x 437 cm.)






Khorasan Baluch Rug C. 1900 


Khorasan Baluch Rug C. 1900

north east Persia about 1900, 5ft.1in. x 3ft. 4in. 1.55m. x 1.02m. £150-200 Uneven wear, fairly heavy in places, brown ground partly corroded.




Khorassan Province, C 1930

Khorassan Province, C 1930

Country of origin: Northeast Persia, Khorassan around

Dimensions: about 73 x 43 cm

The small, coarse-woven slit-collar with pretty colors and a very dense repeat of step polygons on a night-blue field is the front of a cushion. Two further examples are shown in Roeff. Apparently, the Kurds living in the region of Gutschan have taken over this type from their neighbors, the Baluchans, because the Kurds in West Persia or Iraq do not seem to have had such pillows. - Good condition.

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