kurk wool on silk - Iran
|Nr of items:||1|
|Model:||Isfahan (Ab shahi )|
|Object:||Carpet (More lots)|
|Material:||kurk wool on silk|
|Country of Origin:||Iran|
|Condition:||In very good condition|
|Rug professionally cleaned:||Yes|
Isfahan Kurk rug, very soft, signed AB Shahi, 1970s.
These carpets are manufactured exclusively in big cities, in schools, workshops and laboratories and are usually made of silk or wool-silk mix, on stable aluminium looms that can be very large to manufacture giant sizes, suitable for palaces, council rooms, embassies, villas, ceremonial rooms and mansions.
The knotting is always very dense, shaven very short and with an extremely detailed pattern and compact pile. The most famous examples of these techniques are Persian carpets.
Material: very soft kurk wool.
Year of export to Europe: 1980.
Dimensions: 162 x 108 cm. -
Plant-based dyes - circa 1970.
From a private collection.
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Catawiki member since December 27, 2015, received 17 reviews in total (10 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (10 reviews)|
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Very happy with purchase
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Magnifique tapis; tout s’est très bien passé
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Spedizione veloce. Il tappeto è conforme alla descrizione ed alle foto,
per stato di conservazione ed epoca. Sono soddisfatto.
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