London, South Kensington
6 June 2001
A fine Tabriz carpet, North-West Persia
The light rust field with overall design of bold polychrome palmettes and floral panels together with angular hooked leaves, smaller shaped panels and hooked palmettes, in shaded light blue border of large polychrome palmettes and hooked leaves between light yellow angular floral meander and plain stripes, slight localized wear
382cm. x 286cm.(12ft.6in. x 9ft.5in.)
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