"Tabriz Hadji Jalili, End Of XIX Century, 123 Cm X 183 Cm"TABRIZ Persian rug, "HADJI JALILI" old, Iran, wool, hand-knotted, about 500 000 knots M2, vintage late nineteenth century, consisting of a firm and resistant velvet and drawings of great rigor and in very good condition. Restoration: stitching an overlock over the entire periphery of the outer edge.
The tabriz "Hadji Jalili" take the name of the great Persian knotter, who created these works of art between 1880 and 1910, the Hadji Jalili are emblematic Tabriz always knotted with the most beautiful wools or silk. (Tabriz (Azerbaijani: Təbriz / تبریز, formerly Tauris), is the capital of the province of Eastern Azerbaijan, in the north-west of Iran (Iranian Azerbaijan), and is located on the course of the Talkheh River (also known as called Aji-Chāi), near Lake Urmia, near the borders of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Armenia.) Tabriz is the door of Persia from north to west, Tabriz carpets have an extreme importance in the quality of Persian carpets. Tabriz are among the most popular rugs in the world, their work is always very fine and durable in time.
Certificate of authenticity.
This carpet has been cleaned professionally and ecologically.
Dimensions: Width: 123 cm ( 48,5 inches ) x Length: 183 cm( 6 feet )