Tabriz is a city in the province of Azerbaijan in the northwestern section of Iran/Persian. It is one of the oldest, most well known, and diverse Persian rug producing cities in the world. Historically, patterns were passed down from generation to generation; between the 12th and 14th centuries miniature art influenced the designs. Typically colors were red, ivory, and blue. More recently, Tabriz was an important manufacturing center in the decorative and applied arts movements. There are different "schools" within Tabriz carpets and they often use different symbols to identify themselves.
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Design: Sickle Leaf Persian Tabriz Carpet
Style: 19th Century Tabriz Carpet
Material: 100% Wool
Colors: Gray, Rust, Blue, Green, Ivory, Yellow
Size: 8'3" X 11'4"
Rug Number: 70002366
Antique Persian carpets, also known as Iranian carpets, are among the most diverse and beautifully designed of all the Oriental rugs in the world. Rich in culture, their historical background is one of the most intriguing in all of art history. The “golden era” of Persian carpet weaving began around 1500, and following the Silk Road, it was during these periods that Persian rugs were being exported all over the world, from Japan to Western Europe.
In Persia, (modern day Iran), the largest carpet producing centers that flourished were Tabriz, Herat, Kashan, and Kerman. These rugs represent some of the finest examples of textile art ever produced. The complex methods and highest quality materials, including natural dyes, silk, cotton, and wool, combined with being woven by hand, ensured that these creations would last for decades, and in many cases, centuries.
Designs featured in antique rugs made in Iran are prized for their flawless proportions, and angles of spiraling curvature, resulting in an effortless fluid, and timeless, style, that exemplify their ageless elegance.
The master weavers of Persia took great pride in the textile art they created, therefore Antique Persian carpets are among the finest and most important examples of textile art, displaying some of the most beautiful and artistic creations ever crafted. Their beauty and complexity are timeless, inspiring, exciting, and masterful, making them an excellent investment