|Blue Kabul War Rug|
A blue rug depicting the Kabul Airport with a large mosque in the background. Related to these five rugs: 1,2,3,4,5
Blue and red medallions alternate with geometric patterns to create the main border.
This rug does not lay flat and the border on the left side is slightly crooked.
|Kabul City Scape from Airport at Night|
This earthy rug is similar to this rug, perhaps even a nighttime scene of Kabul. The airport sits in the bottom right corner of the rug as a dark red road snakes up from the bottom left to the top right where rows of planes fly. A cityscape of small yellow and blue buildings sits against the black field.
|Kabul City Scene from Airport|
This bright rug features an elaborate cityscape as seen from the Kabul airport. The bright oranges and reds in the buildings and structures pop against the striking purple/blue background. A white road with what appears to be lamp posts winds diagonally down the rug from the airport in the bottom to the mountains in the top right.
|Pictorial Rug with Tank Border|
Excellent, really fine
|Pictorial with Grey River War Rug|
The strong and beautiful dark colors in this rug set a somber tone for the occupied town depicted. The field is a deep navy blue and the border is primarily black. These two hues, while similar values (light and dark) offset each other nicely chromatically.
This is a subtle and tasteful rug with subtle motifs.
I have seen rugs with this sort of river motif which come from Qala-e Nau, north of Herati, in western Afghanistan.
|Hazara Pictorial burgundy Pakistan War Rug|
Nice quality rug, good depiction.