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Persian Isfahan Rug, Silk and Lamb Wool on Silk Foundation ,6’3”x3’8”, 580-600 kpsi, Signed Rug

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Original price $4,500.00
Current price $2,100.00
SKU 1174

Rug ID: 1174

Origin:Persian

Type : area rug

Woven:Hand Knotted

Size: 6’3”x3’8”

Highlight :red, dark blue , beige

Design: Isfahan  

Knot Density: amazing 580-600 Kpsi

Pile Material: lamb Wool, silk

Foundation Material: silk 

Inscribed : Reza saidfar

Well known signature

Condition: used. A discolored spot in bottom part of rug. 

Age :1990s

Pile Thickness:Medium

In Stock:One

Essential points prior to purchase:

1) We only ship to mainland 48 states in Us .

2) Please note pictures are part of description, view them with accuracy. Also,  consider colors may look lighter,  darker or different shade depending on the  setting of your monitor or phone.

We tried to include different angles and lighting to present most actual color on photos.

3) Vintage,  aged and antique rugs may have embellishment, fading or other imperfections that is part of their origin, character and authenticity.We do our best to magnify them in photos.

4) We stand behind our products for your most satisfaction in accordance to our return policy.

 

Isfahan rug and history:

The second-largest city of Iran with great historical markers, architectural design, and art located in the middle of the country. It has 1.2 million population. The quality of their rugs is apparent in each part even in the back or the fringes, the style of threads or wrap, and the knot density. The quality of wool, cork, or silk along with the asymmetrical knots and density of 650,000-850,000 per square meter makes it one of the most desirable rugs. They have a special class characterized by thin material and extremely high density as well as softness. The most famous one is the Shah Abbas pattern, Seirafian, Davari, Enteshar, and Haghighi.