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Chessboard Isfahan

Chessboard Isfahan

  • Number 66pon

  • Type Workshop

  • Origin Isfahan

  • Style Geometric

  • Material Wool & Silk

  • Size 56 x 61

  • Age 1960

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Specializing in the awesome and unreal! We bring to you an antique Isfahan poshti rug drawn in the layout of a chessboard with 64 black and white squares annotated alphanumerically. Of course, the Persian weaver couldn't resist fashioning a border of foxes chasing rabbits in the forest.

Silk foundation and silk highlights, exceptionally high weave. Perfect & intact condition.

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