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Antique Persian Mashad Amoghli Rug 70395 by Nazmiyal NYC
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Antique Persian Mashad Amoghli Rug 70395

Size: 7 ft 2 in x 11 ft (2.18 m x 3.35 m)
Origin: Persian Rugs

Stunning Antique Persian Mashad Amoghli Rug, Country Of Origin: Persia, Circa Date: 1920’s – This beautiful Mashad Amoghli rug from the 1920s has a deep and mysterious look that is the perfect touch to both historic and modern designs. It is a masterpiece with a high knot count and an intricate design that can only be achieved with a fine weave. Mashad is one of the oldest carpeting weaving cities in Persia, and its works of art remained popular among collectors and interior designers throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. They are known as some of the finest carpets in the world, and this one is a gorgeous example of why this is so.

The Amoghli workshop is considered one of the most important workshops of the 20th century, and finding one of its works is a rare treat. The workshop was started by the Amoghli Brothers, Abdol Mohammad and Ali Khan. Their famous designs were used to decorate the Sa’dabad Palace in northern Tehran. The workshop was known for its regal designs that took their inspiration from the great works of art from the Renaissance, including the famous Ardabil carpets.

The most active years of carpet production in the Amoghli workshops were from 1900 to 1920. During this time, Mashad was home to many famous carpet masters and produced some of the most masterful artworks in the world. The Amoghli workshops created carpets from the finest wools, silks, and cottons. The wools went through an additional scouring process before dyeing to create the magnificent colors that you see on this piece.

Throughout the lifetime of the workshop, the Amoghli brothers had five locations, approximately 300 looms, and as many as 1500 workers. This tells the collector volumes about the popularity and demand for these pieces. Today, Persian rugs are once again serving as the foundations for a range of contemporary styles. Masad Amoghli carpets are known for their exceptionally high knot count and level of detail. Many of the finest pieces by the Amoghli looms can be found in museums and as showpieces in private collections. This is a breathtaking example of the pieces created by this famous carpet works.

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