Description

A fine late 19th century Persian Tabriz Rug

Hand knotted in wool

In excellent condition

ABRASH, Colour variations in oriental Carpets and Rugs.

Antique, hand knotted Oriental Rugs were woven from multiple dye lots during their creation. As one dye lot was replaced by another there were often variations in the colour causing what is known as ” Abrash “

These variations were not immediately noticable by the weaver, but became more apparent with the passing of time, giving the Carpet or Rug a unique character.

 

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Persian

1890

183 x 137 cm6’ x 4’5”

£2100