Mir, Serabant. - Runner - 525 cm - 110 cm

Description
Mir, Serabant. - Runner - 525 cm - 110 cm
Wool on cotton - Iran - Early 20th century

Serabant also known as Serabent, means 'cold place' in Farsi
Characteristic for this rug is a field of botehs
Botehs are almonds.
Fertility symbol.

In these bothes we see Zoroastic symbol - wings above each other.
It looks like a plant but it is of Simorgh the Fire bird or even the Mazda itself, the winged god of the Zoroasts or the Mazdaists.

This rug is 525 cm long.
Is not often so large.

Lot details
Model
Mir, Serabant.
Object
Runner
Length
525 cm
Width
110 cm
Material
Wool on cotton
Country of Origin
Iran
Manufacturing period
Early 20th century
Condition
Overall in good condition with traces of ageing and usage
Rug professionally cleaned
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