Silk on silk - Iran - 2000- Today
|Material:||Silk on silk|
|Country of Origin:||Iran|
|Manufacturing period:||2000- Today|
|Condition:||In very good condition|
|Rug professionally cleaned:||Yes|
A magnificent handmade Persian silk Qom rug made and signed by master weaver Mir Mehdi Qomi, measuring 200x135cm(6.6'x4.4'). Eyecatching panels of Dome or Gombad design decorated with motifs in sky blue and gold background secluded with similar borders. The design based on historical mosques from the Safavid dynasty. Attention to details and quality of the weave indicates the work of master weaver with the rug being in almost immaculate condition.
This rug was exported from Iran before 2015
|Member since:||August 24, 2016|
A lovely piece, I'm very happy!
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.J'ai déjà fait savoir au vendeur que la couleur du tapis ne correspondait pas à la photo.
Je ne peux pas faire plus, mais...je suis EXTREMEMENT déçue.Photos of field bit greener than the buyer expected. This was not intentional as the quality and condition of the rug was as described. The negative feedback was a little harsh and I offered solution.
I have received my rug and it’s beautiful. It was a great pleasure to do business with Saeed. He followed through and made sure I received my order. Thank you Saeed!
I paid for the carpet on June 18th, and it's on my floor in Malaysia just 10 days later... it is a superb piece and I am delighted with my purchase... thank you Saeed!
Very nice handling and shipping. Beautiful rug!
Very fast delivery and I highly recommend.
Amazing service as advertised! Thank you!
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|Rest of Europe||$57.88|
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