Tabriz Hajji Jalil

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1'10" x 2'6" - 56cm x 76cm
C 1880
Wool pile, cotton warp & weft
Excellent, 0ne guard end border is missing.
Tabriz carpets are distinguished by their excellent weave and by their remarkable adherence to the classical traditions of Persian rug design. The city of Tabriz, was the earliest capital of the Safavid dynasty. One of the most important figures in Tabriz rug making was the master weaver Haji Jalili and best known today for his incredible and unique approach to rug-making and his preference for distinctive color palettes and design elements. Haji Jalili is especially known for mixing lighter colors, such as pinks, golds and grays into the design of his rugs. Pieces by Haji Jalili that feature these particular design elements are highly sought after by decorators and collectors. This rug has beautiful drawing of large Botteh in the field the main border. The background showing different shade of colors throughout which called Abrash and it has just little touch of sky blue.