Traditional Hand-woven Persian Tabriz Rug from RenCollection Rugs – This traditional hand-woven Persian Tabriz rug is hand-woven in quite a compelling work of art for the avid rug collector who desires a highly sophisticated rarity.
A stunning example of traditional hand-woven Persian Tabriz rug making, this Gonbad masterpiece features a mosque design which is expertly embellished with an extremely rare all-over pattern of repetitive floral tiles motif. The luxurious light blue field is elegantly enclosed with a light blue border of alternating medallions. Accented in shades of navy, green, olive, sage, coral, salmon, rust, blood red, teal, taupe, ivory, cream, beige, and brown. Created from 100% New Zealand wool by the artisans of Iran.
**Please note, green is considered to be the a holy color worn by Muhammad while receiving the Divine inspiration. Normally an accent, it is extremely rare to be utilized in a rug in such large amounts.
- Due to possible fading or running, do not scrub any liquid spills. Simply absorb moisture by blotting it with paper towels. Never scrub!
- Similarly, do not wet any dried spots. Rather, remove dried spots by scraping carefully towards the center of the soiled area.
- Furthermore, vacuum regularly and rotate periodically.
- Above all, professional cleaning services only.
Traditional Hand-woven Persian Tabriz Rug 9.3 x 12.7 – 110430