1965 - Tabriz 298x205cm
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|Length x Breadth||298x205cm|
|Feature details||Tabriz Mahi|
Tabriz (Tebris, Mahi, Sarab) is located in northwest Persia. Martial battles and natural disasters,
was quite hard to survive for the inhabitants. In the Middle Ages were the high arts on the carpet
production had their immense influence. Fundamentally they are three species of differnt Tabriz:
the rough wood Tabriz and the 40/50 and 60 levels of quality, available as Mahi, Floral or images Tabriz.
The floral Tabriz is a Medallioned one with Barokes Influence in pastel shades with silk share held.
The countless Mahi (fish) occur in diamonds Herati Style, with or without silk percentage, with dominating
shades of beige brown or black / gray green. It is wool or cotton, often with silk Kurkwool on shares
in established qualities of 100-850K Knt/Sqm. For the connoisseur: Tabriz may be regarded as the
provenance which understood to follow trend or needs to enter into the west, and these findings
can be skillfully incorporated into the production.