13 x 20 Vintage Persian Tabriz Rug 78326

Size: 12'09 x 19'09
Main Color: Pink
Age: Vintage
Origin: Iran
Transaction type: Cr
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78326 Vintage Persian Tabriz Rug, 12'09 x 19'09.

Displaying an impressive array of floral elements with incredible detail and texture, this hand knotted wool and silk vintage Persian Tabriz rug is a captivating vision of woven beauty. The timeless design and Victorian color palette woven into this piece work together creating a truly classic look. The abrashed beige field features a central medallion anchored with palmette pendants at either end. An array of enchanting floral arrangements surround the medallion. Opulence and grace radiate from the corner spandrels while the ornate series of borders create a lush enclosure to this formal composition.

Perfect for a large entertaining space, hotel lobby, lounge area, drawing room, country club, academic library, golf locker room, trophy room, private Chambers, great room, wine cellar, executive suite, conservatory, state room, royal suite, billiards room, owners retreat, dining room, living room, or formal sitting room. Decadent beauty combined with refined elegance, this beautiful Tabriz rug is the answer to elevated traditional furnishings.Well-suited for a wide range of interior styles: French Provincial, Rococo, Parisian, French Country, Victorian, Louis XIV, Louis XI, Louis XV, Baroque, Regency, Neoclassical, English, Old World, Traditional, and Eclectic. Whether in a formal setting with elaborate furnishings or in an Ottoman style interior, this oversized Persian rug will bring vibrant life where it is displayed.

  • Rendered is variegated shades of beige, pink, baby blue, lavender, rose, saffron, celadon, tan, mauve, green, brown, gold, and raspberry pink other accent colors.
  • Abrash. Desirable Age Wear.
  • Hand knotted wool. Hand knotted silk.
  • Made in Iran.
  • Hotel Lobby Size Carpet 13 x 20 Rug.
  • Measures: 12'09 x 19'09.
  • Date: 1980s. Late 20th Century.