Fine Persian Tabriz Carpet

Rug #026
Size: 335 x 213 cm / 11 x 7 ft
Handwoven in: 

Tabriz Carpet Allover design Fine Kork Wool

A similar Persian Tabriz carpet is published in;

THE PERSIAN CARPET, ‘The Fabric of Life’, Essie Sakhai, Woodbridge, 2008.

pl. 202,  p. 138.

This carpet design is based on
a 17th century ‘shrub’ carpet in ‘vase’ technique. In fact, the particular
carpets that served as models are a famous pair now split between the
Osterreichisches Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Vienna and the
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. This pair has appeared in carpet literature in
lavish colour illustrations since the beginning of the 20th century and such
reproductions were the source of the many 20th century versions woven in
Tabriz and elsewhere. This is a particularly fine example woven in the mid 20th century.
Another Tabriz carpet of this design was illustrated in The Story of Carpets,


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.