NEW YORK — Step into a world of fine threads and intricate designs, where every rug is a testament to the skillful hands and creative vision of master weavers. The Finest Weaves at Jasper52, taking place Tuesday, December 12, offers premium rugs that embody the perfect fusion of tradition and innovation, blending age-old techniques with contemporary aesthetics. View the complete catalog now exclusively at LiveAuctioneers.
Imagine this pre-1900 vegetable-dye Sultanabad Ziegler large Persian rug in the home or office. Measuring 17ft by 10ft 9in and made in Persia (modern-day Iran), the rug is 100% wool and is hand-knotted. In very good, evenly low pile condition, the lot is estimated at $38,000-$46,000.
Antique Kashan rugs are considered some of the finest Persian rugs ever created. This 100% wool Kashan Mohtasham Persian dates to the 19th century and measures 6ft 10in by 4ft 9in. It carries an estimate of $33,000-$40,000.
Dated to 1910, this Bijar tomato-red square rug measures 12ft 5in by 13ft 9in and was knotted during the course of months using the Kurdish weaving technique that makes Bijars last for more than 200 years while also holding up to regular use. Known as the “iron rugs of Persia,” this Bijar would make a wonderful and lasting impact on any room. It is estimated at $24,000-$29,000.