Size: m. 2,80 X 1,02 - 9‚3" x 3‚4"
Age: XIX century, second half.
Seichour is a small village located in the Kuba district, not far from the Caspian Sea.
Its rugs have, generally, high and soft pile.
The wonderful view of this piece is partly due to its great colours.
Collectors have always considered greens and yellows, in abundance in this rug, as the rarest colours.
The field is scanned by five S. Andrew’s crosses, The border has very typical
Seichour frames: rosettes and a “running dog” on ivory background.
The rug is published on the catalogue of "an exhibition 2004 Gallery Coen, Shirwan and Kuba, Carpets of Eastern Caucasus".