Persian Lilihan 3’11” x 5’3″


Lilihan is a village in the south of Arak province, an area of north central Iran famous for it’s rug weaving. The Lilihan weavers are mostly ethnic Armenians, and still use a typically Turkish knot style. Like nearby Kashan, the patterns often use palmettos, leaves and arabesques around a central medalion.

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