Tabriz carpet

The Persian city of Tabriz was recorded by Arab historians as an important centre for weaving as early as 800AD. But it was at the end of the nineteenth century, inspired by an increasing western market that Persian weavers revived the industry. Hajji Jalil was probably the most famous master weaver and his carpets are renowned for their soft colours. You can see a great example in gallery three of a mahi design Tabriz carpet size 2.50m x 2.02m.
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