Tabriz Mahi - Carpet - 208 cm - 152 cm

Description
Tabriz Mahi - Carpet - 208 cm - 152 cm
Cork wool and silk on cotton - Iran - 21st century

Gorgeous hand-knotted Tabriz Mahi(Fish) carpet with a splendid appearance Kork wool and silk 500,000 to 600,000 knots/m² in very good condition, It is professionally washed very clean ready to use. With certificate.

The carpet is much nicer than in the pictures.

• Item number : 2486

• The carpet is imported to EU before 1 /1 / 2015

• Country of Origin: Iran (Persia)

• Size: approx 208 cm x 152 cm (excl. fringes)

• Pile: Cork wool + Silk

• Chain: cotton

• Condition: excellent condition

• Quality: Very high quality

• Processing: Guaranteed Handmade

With certificate of authenticity

Fast and secure shipping via TNT/GLS. With tracking number in order to locate the parcel at any moment!
Additional costs for shipping to islands (Corsica, Sicily, etc.).

The Persian Mahi rug is one of the classic patterns produced by the masterful carpet weavers in Tabriz. Said to originate in the Herat district of Afghanistan, the so-called Herati or Mahi pattern has been attributed to Farahan and other regions too. Regardless of the attribution, few weavers use the Mahi design as skillfully as those in Tabriz. The traditional Persian Mahi rug from Tabriz is precisely woven using the symmetric Turkish knot at a rate of 80 knots per square inch. Most high quality Persian Tabriz Mahi rugs are typically 50 raj or 350-375 kpsi. Tabriz has a long history of master weavers that continues today with artisans like the Pirouzian family who create Persian Mahi rugs using fine Kurk wool with silk accents that add an extra level of beauty to the elegant Mahi design.

Lot details
Model
Tabriz Mahi
Object
Carpet
Length
208 cm
Width
152 cm
Material
Cork wool and silk on cotton
Country of Origin
Iran
Manufacturing period
21st century
Condition
In very good condition
Rug professionally cleaned
Yes
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