Persian Hand Knotted Tabriz Rug, Mahi Design, Lamb Wool, 8’4”x12’
Type: area rug
Highlight Colors : dark brown ,tan, green, violet
Design: Tabriz, Mahi
Knot Density:320-340 kpsi
Pile Material: silky Wool
Condition( used , like New)
Age : 1990s
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Tabriz rug and history
A large city 600 km west of Tehran in Azerbaijan province with Turkish dialect. The ethnicity called Azari, the largest ethnic minority in Iran. Tabriz rug has a short and rough pile. The Patterns have a central medallion surrounded by arabesques, weeping willows, and cypress. Also, it is a characteristic of Tabriz to include four seasons pattern in the rugs. In recent years Rugs include a fish in the middle as a medallion.