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Antique Persian Tabriz Rug 70486 by Nazmiyal NYC
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Antique Persian Tabriz Rug 70486

$36,000.00

Size: 11 ft 4 in x 14 ft 8 in (3.45 m x 4.47 m)
Origin: Persian Rugs

Beautiful Antique Tabriz Rug, Country of Origin: Persia, Circa 1920 – This breathtaking Tabriz rug from the 1920s stands out as a classic example of the artistry and design of the weavers of this ancient city. This piece stands out for several reasons as a rare and especially beautiful piece. Its colors are rich and vibrant, and its design creates a feel that is formal and sophisticated.

The first feature of this rug that draws the attention is the gorgeous emerald green background. This is a relatively rare color in historical rugs because it required a lengthy and complicated dye process. Although there are some plants that will produce a green color when used alone, they are fugitive and will fade quickly. In addition, they do not produce the rich shade that you see on this rug. A rug of this color would be dyed first in blue and then in yellow to achieve this color. Only the most skilled dyers could achieve this color consistently.

This rug has an all over design with the flowers in the field bigger than those in the borders. The scale of the floral elements of this carpet shows the skill of the weavers in producing both very small work and that on a larger scale. The fine scale and level of detail in this carpet can only be achieved by using a fine weave.

This carpet shows the work of highly-skilled hands. Tabriz was once home to the grand carpet schools and centers of the Safavid Dynasty. Many of the designs that are still used rugs today were first developed for use in the royal courts during the 16th century.

This rug features a garden of flowers that includes the iris, peony, and others that have a special meaning and significance. For instance, the partially opened flowers stand for youth, spring, and a time of growth. The iris symbolizes freedom of religion, and the leaf is a symbol of endless regeneration.

Several clues on this rug tell us that it was made for a person of rank. The peony is a symbol of power. When combined with the expensive green background and the quality of workmanship in the rug, it suggests that this rug was meant for wealthier clientele. It is an elegant piece that was the creation of a skilled designer.

This Persian rug would be the centerpiece of any room. Its rich colors could easily transform a boudoir into a restful sanctuary. It could be used in a formal setting, such as a space for conversation or in a formal dining hall. It would also be the perfect addition to a Boho chic design, too.

It is an elegant and cozy piece for creating the perfect sanctuary. This piece of artwork could easily fit into a formal design or a more casual one. Some pieces seem to have an almost sublime quality, and this is one of those rare treasures.

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