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|Blue F16 Jet Fighter Rug NFS |
Very rare rug in excellent condition. Please contact us for the price.
The F-16 jets in this rug are actually labeled 'F 16' (albeit backwards) making this a very unique rug. The border is an interesting floral pattern with alternating green branches and small bunches of red and green flowers.
Small less-than-a-quarter-sized spot of moth damage in the center.
|Buff Field Flower Medallion Helicopter War Rug|
This rug is subtle and fascinating. The colors are understated while the pattern keeps your eyes moving across the entire piece. The border is classic and solid, yet the center imagery is a bit more unusual and frenetic. The simple helicopters are common to this style of rug. What is unusual are the little planes sprinkled between the choppers and mandala-like floral designs. The rugs shape is imperfect, with one end wider than the other.
Age: 1980s or 1990s
|Excellent Quality Green Border Ewer War Rug|
Strong design. Note the superb luster of this rugs wool. Design alternates between rows of two tanks with text inside and three large ewers. Throughout the negative space sit grenades and small flowers, and the whole field is surrounded by an open guard stripe of linked flowers and leaves.
The border consists of tanks, rifles, and helicopters on a green background. The mustard yellow and bright orange accents pop off of the olive green and navy blues.
|Afghan - Soviet - US - Weapon Inventory War Rug|
Age: Dated 1392 which is 2014 in the Gregorian calendar.
|Blue Green Sky Three Drone War Rug (2015)|
The wool and color are excellent quality, and a great compliment to the design. The field is greenish sky blue, and the border is red over a background of darker blue.
The unmanned aerial vehicles are the Predator which is smallest, the Reaper which is the middle size, and then the huge Global Surveyor.
Dated at bottom, 1393 or 2015.
Age: Dated 1393 which is 2015 in the Gregorian calendar.
|Burgundy Predator Drone War Rug (2015)|
This is the last predator drone rug of the 2015 group of rugs.
It is new and in perfect condition. The materials and craftspersonship are excellent. It is well-knotted with super quality wool that has been carded and spun by hand which protects the natural lanolin in the wool. Lanolin gives shine and protects the wool. Like all Peshawar style rugs this rug has also been washed and rinsed with a conditioner The conditioning ads added luster and protection for the wool.
Age: Woven 2015
Recieved by company December 2015
Published in USA February 2016
|Very Early Green Bus War Rug|
This colorful rug features bright greens , blues, and reds on a light tan background. The colors in the motifs really pop from the field. In the center of the rug sits what looks to be a bus or trolley surrounded by tanks, helicopters, jets, and rifles. An assortment of flowers in different sizes and colors are sprinkled throughout the rest of the field.
Age: Early 1980's
|Cool Abrash War Rug|
This subtle rug uses deep blues and dark browns to provide a very cool tone wherever it's placed. However, the bright orange thread used throughout proves to be a beautiful highlight, lending the piece a wonderful sense of contrast.
|Stylized Helicopters War Rug|
New condition. The first of these rugs was woven in the 1980's. This is a very good condition example. The colors are simple and complimentary. The design is subtle but unmistakable.
|Large Medallion Drone War Rug (Loaned to Textile Museum)|
Perfect new condition. Received 2018. Excellently knotted of superb wool dyed with natural dyes.
This is one of two rugs of this design that we received, and we are keeping one for exhibition, and selling this one.
|Light Blue Three Drone War Rug (2017)|
New. Great abrash.
Age: Dated 1395, which is roughly 2017.
|Dark Blue Three Drone War Rug (2017)|
Beautiful abrash. Very nice wool
Age: Dated 1395, so 2017
|Washed Double Landscape with Towers War Rug|
Important early landscape rug from a good collection, but a dealer who shall remain nameless, 'tea washed' it.
This rug features a landscape with two large gridded minarets, possibly the Minaret of Jam. Smaller buildings sit throughout the rug with tall towers while a road snakes down the center. At the top and bottom of the rug sit faded subtle areas with mountains packed with helicopters and planes.
Although this rug has been washed, the bright orange and red are still vibrant and the overall color scheme of the rug is really nice.
There is a small section of repair in the bottom left side of the fringe which isn't very well done craftsmanship wise.
Age: First half of the 1980s