Small Mount Fuji Rug

This Mount Fuji rug is new and roughly 1M^2.$150. It shows a simplification and abstraction from a rug like:

Super fine, roughly 5×7, $1400
The new Mount Fuji rug also links to a more abstract group of small Baluchi rugs. Similar too below, but with red and blue minarets in foreground.

Previous Mount Fuji war rug post
Another previous Mount Fuji rug post

Rug 465
Here is an example of the more abstract group referred to above which were more common 6 to 7 years ago. The new rug provides a link to understanding the imagery in the rugs like 465. The Mushwani type two minaret mosque borders are noteworthy in the large fine Mount Fuji rug as well as rug #465.

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About Kevin

Kevin Sudeith is an artist and the creator and curator of the war rug collection seen on Beginning as (and remaining) a collector, he began selling war rugs to learn as much as possible about the rugs. Later he sold what he calls "regular rugs" to better study rugs and their historical origins. Sudeith learned how war rugs related to traditional Afghan tribal and workshop rugs as well as the broader Turkmen and Persian rug traditions.