Very Fine Persian Tabriz Carpet – Signed

Rug #359
Size: 360 x 245 cm / 11.8 x 8 ft
Handwoven in: 

Very Fine Signed Persian Tabriz Carpet Allover design Fine Kork Wool (Cashmere) and Silk threads


The design of this fine Persian Tabriz carpet is based on a recognisable design originating from 17th century Mughal India.

This established pattern is referred to as the lattice and blossom design, defined by an all-over repeat pattern of flower head roundels, linked by an ogival serrated leaf lattice then infilled with a variety of flora forms.

Original  fragmentary examples displaying this design, dating to the 17th century, are housed in the Metropolitan Museum  of  Art, New York. Bequest of Benjamin Altman ,  1913, inventory (14.40.723).

Very Fine Signed Persian Tabriz Carpet. This piece was handwoven in Tabriz , Iran. For further information please contact us and our team will be pleased to assist you. All pieces in the collection are under the auspices of Essie Sakhai, one of the world’s foremost experts and collectors of fine handmade Persian rugs and carpets.