Tabriz hand-made carpets
Tabriz hand-made carpets
High quality carpet
|Thickness approx||7 mm|
|Material||Wool & Silk|
|Size||348 x 250|
Persian carpet is one of the most precious things that Iranian culture has. The Pazyryk carpet is the oldest pile carpet that was found in Pazyryk valley in Siberia in the late 1940s and now is well known in all around the world. Most of the research has shown that this historic carpet which is almost 2500 years belongs to Iran’s deep culture. We suggest you to read the history of the Pazyryk carpet article.
Hand-made carpets from Persia were always valuable and stunning in all around the world. The most famous hand-made carpets belong to the different cities of the Persian Empire. These carpets are well known by their special weaving techniques. Also they have the highest quality of materials such as best wool, cotton and silk.
In general hand-made carpet has 2 categories as classic and modern carpets. Classic carpets are woven based on traditional design. Modern hand-made carpets also follow the old process but these carpets are different from past in design, texture and colours.
The Eu Carpet Group offers you a wide range of hand-made carpets with the highest quality. In our online-shop hand-made carpets are notorious for benefiting from highest quality materials.
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Tabriz hand-made carpets:
The city of Tabriz is the capital of East Azerbaijan province in Iran. This city has rich history and 2500 years civilization which is known in all around the world and called as ‘’city of the Islamic world truism’’ in 2018. Tabriz has some of the most famous museums, libraries, universities and research centers and also located 628 km to the Tehran.
Tabriz is a city which is famous for the high quality materials and stunning carpets. This city has a rich history of hand-made carpets and also has considerable varieties of carpets. The Safavid (one of the greatest empires in Persia ever) had established the first school of art in Tabriz for weaving carpets. During the 19th century, Tabriz was home for some of the most famous carpet artisans and also was the most important carpet production centre. Nowadays, antique Tabriz carpets which were woven during the 16th and 17th centuries, exist in museums, antique markets, and auction galleries in most of the countries.
Tabriz hand-made carpets have great texture, wide variety of colours and extraordinary quality. Yarn’s materials are usually made of wool, wool and silk.
Tabriz carpet usually has a medallion in the middle as specific pattern and decorated with floral garden motifs.