Country of origin: Persia
Sarouk: A village north of Arak in central western Iran which is famous for the production of floral rugs for the US market in the 1920's-1930's. Until the first world war, the central medallion design was the most popular until this was replaced with the pattern of detached floral sprays on burgundy or dark pink backgrounds. Some navy-blue field Sarouks are sometimes seen as well. Asymmetrical knots are used on cotton foundation with blue wefts. Perfect condition.
The colours of the rug look different depending on the angle from which you look at it.
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