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Herat Oriental Handmade Persian Tabriz Wool and Silk Rug - 5' x 6'8 (Iran) Persian Hand-knotted Tabriz Area Rug

Item# SPM9949315422 | Model# H14629 | Added on August 28, 2018 |
Herat Oriental Handmade Persian Tabriz Wool and Silk Rug - 5' x 6'8 (Iran) Persian Hand-knotted Tabriz Area Rug
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Handmade Herat Oriental Persian Tabriz Wool and Silk Rug - 5' x 6'8 (Iran)This rug is a unique piece of world art that will enhance your living space. KPSI:250 Primary materials: Wool and Silk Latex: No Pile height: 0.5 inches Style: Traditional Primary color: Black Pattern: Geometric Story Behind the Art: Tabriz rugs are among the most beautiful and legendary carpets ever built

This rug is a unique piece of world art that will enhance your living space.

  • KPSI:250
  • Primary materials: Wool and Silk
  • Latex: No
  • Pile height: 0.5 inches
  • Style: Traditional
  • Primary color: Black
  • Pattern: Geometric

Story Behind the Art:

Tabriz rugs are among the most beautiful and legendary carpets ever built. Many rugs produced in Tabriz are attempting to follow the incredible artistry of the Persian Safavid rugs. Tabriz managed to keep these ancient traditions alive, in spite of all the conquering and political restructuring. This particular rug was made by the Turkish speaking people in the Tabriz region. They dye the wool, weave the rug and then took it to the washing and shearing facility before taking it to the market for sale. This rug is 100-percent wool.

What is Worldstock?

The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.

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