Lower left corner of a “Transylvanian” Lotto carpet from the Biertan fortified church in Transylvania, Romania, demonstrating unresolved corners.
The Persian carpets belong to an ancient society and it goes way back to approximately 500BC.
Malayer, West Persia, 19th century.
The carpet is a type of carpet weaving loom made the most commonly made of wool.
“Oriental rug” is a moniker often attributed to any carpet originating from the Middle East.