Antique - Agra Goat

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Some of the most beautiful carpets made during the revival period, were those made in India in the historic city of Agra. Many of these carpets were commissioned either by British noble families, or by very wealthy and prominent members of the Indian society, like the Maharajas.Due to their less oriental style and strictly limited palette, these are perhaps the most popular and sought-of antique carpets, suited for the nowadays interior decoration demands.This carpet of circa 1900, is a formidable example of the highest achievements of the Indian looms. Both color and design wise, this Agra of our collection can stand proudly against any rival made anywhere in the world during this golden period.The majestic repetitive design and size, the noble choice of colors, the fine weave and the silky quality of wool, all contribute to the achievement of a masterpiece, which will satisfy any taste and inspire interior decorators to work wonders.