Stunning Antique Persian Tabriz Rug, Country of Origin / Rug Type: Antique Persian Rugs, Circa Date: 1920 – This breathtaking piece demonstrates the talent of the Tabriz weavers. It was produced in the 1920s, and it has a pattern that reflects the historical roots of the city as a major carpet weaving center. This Tabriz carpet uses a simple palette of warm browns, midnight blues, and ivory to create a carpet that brings a feeling of warmth to the room.
The Persian carpet has a traditional feel, as the artist drew from the carpets produced by the court weavers of the Safavid Dynasty. Even though the carpet was produced in the 1920s, the design is similar to those depicted in the Renaissance paintings of Hans Holbein the Young. This reflection of tradition is reflected in the quality of the carpet. It uses a fine knot count, and the pile is cut close to preserve the crispness of the design.
This antique carpet is almost square, which allows it to be used in a unique design setting where a rectangular carpet may not be the right choice. This aspect of the carpet, combined with its magnificent, traditional design makes it the perfect piece for a formal setting. It has a sophisticated air and a connection to antiquity in its design.
This piece sparks the creativity, and if you wish, you could also use it in a contemporary or Boho chic design to add an air of elegance and to create a feeling of serenity in the space. This carpet has a sophisticated feel that comes from a reflection of traditional design and the artistic talent for which Tabriz carpets are known.