XL - 'Large finely knotted Persian carpet with silk - In beautiful used condition' - With certificate - 2nd half previous century - approx. 420,000 knots per m² - Hand-knotted
|Material:||Wool and silk on cotton|
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
This is a hand-knotted Tabriz carpet made of durable, natural materials. Imperfections in the patterns and shape make this carpet unique and emphasise its authentic and artisanal character.
Tabriz is one of Iran's oldest cities. Tabriz carpets come in various designs; they often depict old palaces or ruins. The most common colours are beige, blue and red. They are durable, high-quality carpets, often made of fine wool on a cotton warp. A good Tabriz has short and rough pile. They are excellent carpets for regular use, with high durability.
This is a used rug, which has become more beautiful and richer in character due to the natural ageing process.
This rug was imported from Iran before 2000.
Main colour: Cream.
Accent colours: Shades of cognac, brick, taupe, red and blue.
Details: lots of nap, nice and clean rug, rich abrash (natural colour variations in the carpet).
Signs of wear: some of the bobbin thread has been woven in. (photo 10)
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This lot will be shipped by registered post with Track & Trace.
|Member since:||November 17, 2013|
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fast delivery, beutiful rug. everything perfect :)
Very lovely carpet, in wonderful condition. Delivery was quick and efficient. I am very happy with the quality of the carpet.
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|Rest of Europe||$66.09|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Zeddam (), Netherlands.
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