Indo-Persian Tabriz 6.6 by 4.1 feet
|Material:||Wool on cotton|
|Condition:||In very good condition|
This is an Indo- Persian hand-knotted Tabriz rug circa 1980s in an excellent condition.
This carpet celebrates the poetry of the great Safavid mystic poet Omar Kayaam.
Omar Kyaam was a 'Bonvivant'; loved wine and the poetry of everyday life. His work often eulogizes wine drinking and song. This rug illustrates the following poem (in seller's humble translation):
'I shall drink a tun of wine tonight. Indeed, I shall drink aplenty.
Tonight, I'll forget religion,
and my conscience too and
will take the daughter of vine to spouse.'
Dimensions: c: 200x124 cm or 6.6 by 4.1 feet
Material: wool on coton
Age: approx. 30-40 years
Knots: approx 490 000 knots per m²
Origin: India or Pakistan
Provenance: Private collection
Comes with a certificate of Authenticity
Imported to the UK before 1970
|Member since:||August 18, 2016|
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|United States||$ 210.30|
|United Kingdom||$ 30.04|
|Rest of Europe||$ 54.08|
|Anywhere else||$ 210.30|
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