78006 Vintage Afghan Dhurrie Rug, 06'05 x 10'11.
Embark on a captivating journey where tribal enchantment gracefully converges with southwest desert chic in our handwoven cotton vintage Afghan Dhurrie rug. Rooted in tradition, this flatweave rug artfully intertwines intrinsic tribal designs and a modern desert color palette, crafting a masterpiece that radiates warmth and curated sophistication. Along the central axis, a Barley motif emerges—a checkered rectangle patterned with light and dark squares, a symbol deeply rooted in the heritage, representing fertility and abundance. Against a canvas of dusty rose, a mesmerizing dance of star and hair band motifs unfolds, each element carrying its own symbolic weight. This composition is embraced by a skillfully crafted sawtooth border, not merely an aesthetic choice but a guardian, providing definition and an inherent sense of order to this captivating woven wonder.
Each star motif within this Afghani textile is a brushstroke, a symbol of joy resonating through the corridors of handwoven heritage. Stepping into this rug's realm means entering a space where not only design but centuries-old symbolism breathes life into every thread. The sawtooth border, standing as both a protective barrier and an artistic frame, serves as a reminder that within this creation lies a harmonious balance—a celebration of happiness meticulously woven into the very fabric of this masterpiece.
Infused with dreamy bohemian colors and a bold geometric pattern, this Afghani Dhurrie rug not only exudes a luxurious southwest ambiance but also embraces a modern desert chic aesthetic. More than a mere decor piece, this Dhurrie rug becomes a storyteller, echoing the narratives of a bygone era and offering a glimpse into the cultural beliefs and symbolism embedded in its global allure.
- Rendered in variegated shades of dusty rose, beige, yellow, blue, brown and charcoal with other accent colors.
- Abrash. Stains throughout the piece.
- Handwoven cotton.
- Made in Afghanistan.
- Measures: 06'05 x 10'11.
- Date: 1970s. Late 20th Century.