Qajar Senneh

Description

In the 19th century the most talented Kurdish weavers of Senneh (now called Sanandaj), the most important town of the Iranian Kurdistan region, made a small number of breathtaking carpets and kilim to be gifted to the Qajar aristocratics. These pieces were finely woven and feature large all-over Botteh design (the favourite Qajar design), like this unbelievable 19th century Senneh, perfectly preserved in immaculate condition and featuring a Botteh design on an ivory field. Purple silk original selvedges.

Size  195×130 cm / 6′ 5” x  4′ 3”

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Additional information

Dimensions 195 x 130 cm ( 6,4 x 4,27 ft )
ID 5519
Name Senneh
Period 19th century
Materials Wool and cotton
Origin Persia
Condition Excellent



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