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Antique Persian Tabriz Rug 70415 by Nazmiyal NYC
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Antique Persian Tabriz Rug 70415

$16,500.00

Size: 8 ft 2 in x 11 ft 6 in (2.49 m x 3.51 m)
Origin: Persian Rugs

Beautiful Antique Persian Tabriz Rug, Country Of Origin: Persia, Circa date: 1900 – This breathtaking herati rug from Tabriz was created around the turn of the 20th century during a time when the carpet weaving industry was experiencing a resurgence in popularity. Its flawless design was hand-knotted in a fine weave that allowed the artist to incorporate intricate detail in the design.

The herati design originated in the late 15th century in the Persian city of Herat. It is a traditional design that is easily recognizable among collectors. After a period of decline in the 18th century, there was an attempt to reestablish the Persian rug industry as a global industry.

Tabriz is a city that was once an important home to the carpet schools and artists that created the royal court carpets of the Safavid Dynasty. In the late 19th century, master weavers revived many of the traditional motifs and designs of centuries past. Their efforts were a success, and rugs, such as this one, were once again a part of interior design.

This rug is an exceptional piece for several reasons. The colors are spicey and natural. The design was carried out with the precision that indicates skilled hands and a trained eye. Persian rugs have once again gained a place in our hearts and homes, and this one is an inspiring piece that reflects centuries of tradition in fine rug making.

Rugs are often the first piece that is chosen in today’s interior designs. This piece has a formal feel that would be the perfect foundation for a dining room, conversation area, or master bedroom. Its fine detail and workmanship indicate that it might have been a commissioned piece, rather than one created for the open market. It is a gorgeous piece for the collector or the discriminating interior designer.

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