London, South Kensington
6 June 2001
A fine Tabriz carpet, North-West Persia
The shaded light beige field with delicate floral and leafy vine issuing various plychrome palmettes and scrolling hooked leaves around cusped floral and leafy medallion with pendants containing smaller indented blue and beige floral panel, spandrels similar, in aqua-blue border of hooked and floral half panels, bold arabesques and delicate floral vine between palmette and arabesque stripes, outer reciprocal stripe, very good condition
394cm. x 307cm.(12ft.11in. x 10ft.2in.)
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