Since I can't remember which rugs I've shown previously there maybe some repeats here. But hey, who minds looking at the same rugs? The hooker of this rug some odd years ago also appreciated Van Gogh's artwork.
Thought this was very interesting with it's delicate flowers, detailed inside but with a primitive border.
When I look at antique rugs wonder why the hooker used the design or the colors. This is a very basic design, yet it is attractive. Very few colors and I like it.
This rug below is from Cogswells Grant, a New England rug, according to what I've read
A farm scene.
A hooked dog and hooked horse with braided border. But I'm thinking the one with the braided border isn't really an antique but a dang good job.
This is a comforting rug to look at. Not sure I'd want to hook it but there is just something about antique rugs that is soothing.
Two swans rug and this one has the binding tape showing around the edge.
Enjoy what you have remaining of your weekend and hope fair spring like weather is coming your way (and my way) soon.