Approx. 250,000 knots per m²
|Material:||Wool on cotton|
|Condition:||In very good condition|
Origin: Isfahan, Iran.
Measurements: 227 x 334 cm.
Knot density: approx. 250,000 - 300,000 kn/m²,
With certificate of authenticity and a one year warranty.
Condition: as good as new, see photos.
Shipping: worldwide and insured with UPS.
This rug was knotted in the city Isfahan, in the south-west of Persia. These rugs are considered to be the most beautiful of contemporary Persian rugs.
They are characterised by a high knot density, incredibly detailed patterns and high-quality materials.
Isfahan rugs are of excellent quality, made of soft kork wool (often with silk details or stitching) and a very tightly woven pile.
The rugs woven in this city might well be the best and most valuable in the world.
The most popular design is a central medallion, surrounded by grapevines or flowers, usually red, blue or indigo, on an ivory background.
Other popular design elements and patterns are vases, gardens and tree-of-life designs, Shah Abbasi patterns and figurative elements.
The inspiration for the rug design comes from traditional motifs and patterns, nature, poetry and the great poets, as well as the rich architectural history of the city.
Please take the time to study the carpet in detail and enjoy this work of art.
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|Member since:||September 7, 2015|
In auction photos, the rug appeared white, very light colored with blue highlights. The actual rug is brown colored. The auction photos were heavily edited to show false color. The rug was also dirty.
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United States||$ 99.37|
|United Kingdom||$ 74.53|
|Rest of Europe||$ 99.37|
|Anywhere else||$ 124.21|
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