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Semi Antique Persian Tabriz Signed Hand Knotted Rug, 7' x 5' Silk & Wool

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Original price $3,500.00
Original price $3,500.00 - Original price $3,500.00
Original price $3,500.00
Current price $1,550.00
$1,550.00 - $1,550.00
Current price $1,550.00

Elevate your space with this exquisite Semi Antique Persian Tabriz Signed Hand Knotted Rug. Made of a luxurious blend of silk and wool, it features an impressive 7' x 5' design that will add a touch of timeless beauty to any room. Experience the classic artistry and grandeur of this exclusive rug!

Rug ID:1258

Origin : Persian  

Type: Area rug

Woven: Hand Knotted

Size: 6’11” x 4’ 10”

Highlight Colors: Black , Pink

Design : Tabriz

Pile Material:   silk and wool

Foundation Material: silk  

Condition : used, fringes  were cut                                                         

Shape : rectangular

Age : 1950s

Pile Thickness: full Medium

Condition: Fringes are cut, Professionally cleaned. 

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.

Tabriz rugs and history :

A large city 600 km west of Tehran in Azerbaijan province and Turkish dialect. The ethnicity called Azari, the largest ethnic minority in Iran. Tabriz 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 include a fish in the middle as a medallion.