Finely Woven Silk and Wool Vintage Persian Tabriz Rug 49143, Country of Origin / Rug Type: Vintage Persian Rugs, Circa Date: 1980 – Some Persian carpets are simply captivating and stand out in their exquisite color and design. This elegant vintage Persian Tabriz rug is one of them. This vintage Persian area rug was produced in the 1970’s and is of superior design and quality. The medallion design creates formality and clearly defines the focal point of the carpet. The red, brown and ivory backgrounds complement each other in a way that gives the design uniformity and balance. The carpet overflows with delicate scroll work, vines and floral patterns.
If one were to pick a single quality about this beautiful rug that makes it special, it is the level of detail and delicateness of the floral design. This is only possible with the use of silk because silk can be spun into the finest threads in the world. Silk also retains its color and allows the rug to maintain its bright hues for many decades. Silk also allows the weaver to achieve a high knot count and create highly intricate designs, as with this vintage Persian rug.
Persian Tabriz rugs are known for their excellent weave and classic designs – many of which will feature a magnificent central medallion design pattern. This room size silk and wool area rug embodies the elements of classic Persian carpets. The muted colors, predominantly pale green and rose, on a cream background complement the overall design.
Every aspect of this fine rug says quality, and it is an authentic treasure in the world of Persian carpets. It is a traditional design and would add to the formality of the room. The colors and patterns come together in a way that gives it a sublime quality. This high end luxurious area rug is of exceptional quality in its design, the materials used and its beautifully blended colors. A vintage carpet of this quality is a rare find.
The large central rosette of this fine formal rug is framed by delicately rendered arabesques of leaves, tendrils and flowers. The four spandrels in darker shades contrast with the cream of the central panel. Graceful curves define the edges of the spandrels, echoing the curvilinear design of the main motif. The border features naturally-rendered large palmettes and other floral figures surrounded by chains of smaller flowers. Two guards frame the main border.