Tabriz Rug Made In Wool, Iran, Shah Period. flag

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"Tabriz Rug Made In Wool, Iran, Shah Period."
Tabriz rug is made of high quality silky lambswool pile on silk foundation. The field is ivory in color with volutes and branches of flowering branches surrounding cypresses, birds and stylized polychrome animals, framing a very large polylobed central ruby-colored medallion, with a second multicolored star-shaped floral medallion in the shape of a diamond. embedded inside. The double reserves are emerald green with symmetrical compositions of polychrome flowered palmettes. The four spandrels are golden yellow with crowns and arabesques of crenellated flowers in twists. The carpet has eight borders, the main one of which is beige in color with a decoration reminiscent of the central field and seedlings of cartouches inlaid with cypresses, deer, mountains and very poetic Persian landscapes. The knot density is around 9,500 to 10,000 per dm2. Measurements: Length: 310 cm Width: 202 cm
Price: 6 900 €
Period: 20th century
Style: Orientalism
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Wool

Reference: 1127630
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