Early 20th Century Persian Tabriz Botanic Wool Rug in Beige, Blue, and Yellow BB3519 6'2" × 9'5" $10,000
An early 20th century Persian Tabriz rug, the camel field with an overall design of enlarged stylized palmettes and floral devices within a camel herati border.
Tabriz, the capital of the northwestern Iranian province of Azerbaijan, has for centuries enjoyed a great reputation as a center of Persian culture. Under the benign patronage of Shah Abbas the Great (1587-1629), artists and artisans designed illuminated manuscripts, embroidered silks, painted miniatures and fabricated metal work in the Safavid style. It was in this fertile, creative atmosphere that the weavers of Persian rugs for the Court were inspired to reach for new artistic heights and created exceptional antique oriental rugs and carpets. The art of carpet -weaving was handed down from generation to generation and considered a family treasure, allowing artists to ply a respected trade.
Early 20th Century Persian Tabriz Botanic Wool Rug in Beige, Blue, and Yellow BB3519