Saturated dyes with stunning geometric motifs on this gorgeous tribal antique Moghan runner from the Caucasus and in the Trans-Caucasian region of North-West Persia. Dating from the late 19th century, the dyes are from the 1880-1890 period of weaving. With natural ivory wool, aubergine dyes, madder reds, deep indigo blues and beautiful greens. Moghan Kazak weavings will often use latch hook motifs and bold leaf designs. All of which can be seen on this exciting tribal runner.
Condition wise it has a soft wool pile on 99% of this runner, with only slight lower pile in a few areas. Overall condition is very good for this 130 year old piece. No losses to the ends or damage, very useable with our underlay which aids a runner on the floor. Preserving its condition and stopping movement.
Purchase this rare antique Moghan runner online and we shall safely deliver it to your home, with our excellent anti-slip rug underlay which is included in the price.
If you are not completely satisfied with this rare antique runner we shall of course refund you in full once the runner is returned to us.
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Members of The British Antique Dealers Association (BADA) and LAPADA since 2008. Adhering to their strict guidelines and our carpets and rugs are independently vetted at their antique and art fairs every year.