Early 19th Century Lilihan Carpet.

Early 19th Century Lilihan Carpet.

W8’-11” x L13’Hand Knotted of Kurk wool; vegetable dyes employed, high density thread count. Vegetable dyesThis Lilihan carpet is a stunning example of exquisite craftsmanship. Woven by skilled Armenian weavers in the Kamareh District during the early part of the 19th century, this piece is a testament to the artistic talent and dedication of its creators.
Similar to Sarouk carpets in their designs, Lilihan carpets are distinguished by their soft pastel tones and intricate floral patterns. This particular Lilihan carpet is no exception, featuring a central medallion surrounded by a delicate floral border that exudes a sense of elegance and sophistication. The use of subtle pink weft colors is a hallmark of Lilihan carpets, but this piece also incorporates a rare blue weft, which adds a unique touch of character to this already exceptional work of art.
The construction of this Lilihan carpet is a testament to its durability and longevity. Its tight, dense weave ensures that it will withstand the test of time, while also providing a soft and comfortable texture that makes it a joy to walk on. The expertly crafted design is a reflection of the rich artistic heritage of Near East culture, showcasing a deep connection to nature that is seen throughout much of Islamic art.
This Lilihan carpet is truly a rare and exquisite piece that represents the best of textile artistry. Its combination of delicate floral patterns, soft pastel colors, and durable construction make it a highly sought-after addition to any discerning collector's collection. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of history with this remarkable Lilihan carpet.


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Hand Knotted of Kurk wool; vegetable dyes employed, high density thread count. Vegetable dyes


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