In Full Bloom

February is the shortest month of the year but it sometimes feels like the longest. Most of us are craving sunlight and long for spring to arrive. Until it does I give you flowers.

“Tulip” Designed by Charles Francis Annesley Voysey. A Donegal Rug. Circa 1920. 17’3″ x 13’3″.

“Green Carnation” Designed by Barbro Nilsson. A Swedish Flat Weave Rug. Circa 1950. 9′ x 6’3″.

 An Early 20th Century Indian Rug with multi colored abstract flowers. Circa 1920. 15′ x 11′.

 A Chinese Deco Rug. Circa 1940. 11’4″ x 8’7″

“Sunflower” Designed By Viola Grasten. A Swedish Rya Rug. Circa 1950. 11’10″ x 6′.

A French Deco Rug Designed by Paule Leleu, the daughter of Jules Leleu. She was a prolific designer creating over 500 designs in her career. Circa 1950. 14’9″ x 9’10″.

A mid 20th century hooked rug. Circa 1940. 17’2″ x 11’1″.

An Antique  Cotton Indian Agra Rug. Circa 1900. 6’10″ x4’2″.

A 19th Century Needlework Rug. Circa 1860. 17′ x 12′.

An Antique Russian Bessarabian Rug. Circa 1900. 8’5″ x 7’2″.

SPRING WILL BE HERE SOON

See more rugs at www.dorisleslieblau.com

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