Luri rugs

Luri is a Southwestern Iranian language spoken by the Lur people. Luri rugs are woven in the Zagros Mountains in southwestern Persia.

Early 20th century Luri rug. Exhibitor Ron Hort
Lot 438: Luri rug, south west Persia, early 20th century, 8ft. 6in. x 4ft. 11in. 2.59m. x 1.50m. Estimate: £1,000-1,500
Luri Bag face
Luri pictoral rug rug. 19th.c. Exhibitor Owen Parry
Lot 220, Mamasani Luri bag face, first quarter 20th century. Size 58 x 58 cm and estimate 100 EUR
Lot 148. Southwest Persian Luri 233 x 134 cm circa 1900. Estimate 2,800 – 3,000 EUR
Lot 300, a late 19th century Luri bagface 45×47 cm. Estimate 700 EUR.
Lot 678, a LURI RUG, Persia, circa 1900; 6 feet 6 inches x 4 feet 9 inches. Estimate $1,000-1,500

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