This circa 1920 Art Deco Chinese rug measures 4’2” x 6’10”. This is a Mandarin Chinese rug made of Manchester spun wool. These were the finest quality rugs made during this period. The field motif is hanging lanterns in all four corners suspended from flowering trees, all enclosed with a pure deep purple border containing Chinese iconographys such as paint brushes, scrolls, chop marks or ‘shui’, inkpot with ribbons and flowering urns. The colors are deep indigo, two shades of light blue, pale green, yellow gold, and orange. The rug is essentially mint condition. It is full pile. It is clean and ready to go. The buyer pays the shipping of $75.