Hand made antique American braided rug 1,7' x 3' ( 54cm x 92cm ) 1920 - 1C57
The braided rug was a staple in early, Colonial American culture. Settlers used scraps of clothing and other excess materials to make a floor covering that would provide warmth and protection for a particular home's inhabitants and guests.
Braided area rugs can be constructed in a variety of different ways including a banded braid construction, cloth braid construction, flat braid construction and yarn braid construction. Banded braid constructions boast wide bands of either solid colored or variegated braids made from predetermined patterns to offer an appealing, thick look. A cloth braid construction is indicative of a time when outgrown clothing was cut into strips and then hand braided into a floor covering. This particular construction is unique to one manufacturer, Thorndike Mills. A flat braid construction is a common construction as it's one of the easier and more classic methods. Simply intertwine three ropes of fabric and/or yarn, and you'll have yourself a braided rug. A yarn braid construction evolves from yarn in its initial state to a uniquely finished area rug.
Braiding is an extremely old yet versatile technique that has been modernized over recent decades to display its appeal and charm.
-condition: original good,
-size: 1,7' x 3' ( 54cm x 92cm ),
-country of origin: USA,
-background colors: beige, red, rose, blue.
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