Age Highly-collectible/1910-1930. This circa 1925 Art Deco Chinese rug measures 12’0” X 17’8” (365 X 541 cm). It has an orange autumn leaf colored background with an open center surrounded by gigantic leaves in aqua marine, teal and pale lavender colored leaves. The leaves are interwoven into a very dreamy water motif appearing very much like swirling lakes in cinnamon brown.
Age Highly-collectible/1910-1930. . . This circa 1930 vintage Art Deco Chinese rug measures 8’9” X 11’8”. It has a field design of four flowering vines coming up from each end till they almost meet in the center of the purple field. The border is very interesting. One major border is in a darker purple than the field and is filled with
Age Highly-collectible/1910-1930. This circa 1925 signed Nichols Art Deco Chinese rug measures 8’11” X 11’10” (185 X 277 cm). It has a garnet red field with a center motif of trumpet vines with a nice medium jade green border with gigantic flowers coming out of the border into the field which is very enticing to the butterfly which is flitting around
Age Highly-collectible/1910-1930. This circa 1920 Art Deco Chinese rug measures 8’11” X 11’5” (185 x 350 cm). It is the darkest teal green with a red border. It has a rockery in the lower left hand corner in yellow , purple and shades of green out of which is sprouting a huge double trunk tree with foliage spilling over into the
Age Highly-collectible/1910-1930. This 1930’s Art Deco Chinese rug measures 10’10” X 12’7” (335 X 386 cm). This rug has it all! Depicted are lakes, rivers, trees, flowering bushes, sacred mountains, birds and ducks all done in three shades of blue, pale turquoise, pink , ivory and green all on a burnt cinnamon to camel hair ground. This rug has so much
Age pre-1910. This circa 1910 Mandarin quality Art Deco Chinese rug measures 10’0” X 14’3” . It has a milk chocolate colored field with two pairs of circling cranes in two colors of blue with maroon and pale peach bodies. The feathers of the birds are worked in two colors with minute differences giving the distinct impression of feathers. Very clever!