Saraband Rugs & Carpets
Seraband rugs are from south of the Malayer area and south east of Arak and southeast of Borujerd. The rugs are gennerally symetrically knotted and double wefted. The shekeri main border we see here is typicaland is derived from a classic tendril border.
Saraband Kelleh, about 1900-20
Northwest Persia about 1900-20. 13ft.3in. x 5ft.8in. 4.04m. x 1.73m. Overall uneven wear, heavy down middle.
Saraband rug, northwest Persia
6ft.7in. x 4ft.3in. 2.01m. x 1.30m.
Saraband runner, northwest Persia about 1950
14ft.5in. x 2ft.8in. 4.40m. x 0.81m.
Saraband runner, northwest Persia, late 19th century
13ft.5in. x 3ft.6in. 4.09m. x 1.07m. Uneven wear. The unusual border pattern, the rich color and the style of ‘floriated’ boteh all suggest that this is an unusually early example of a famous design type.
Saraband Carpet circa 1900
Northwest Persia, circa 1900. Approximately 8ft 7in x 12ft 2in.
Sarab rug, northwest Persia about 1900
6ft.7in. x 3ft.10in. 2.01m. x 1.17m.
Sarab Alt Runner
Old. 400 x 90cm. Hooked diamonds.