Last month, we shared with you “How Tabriz Rugs are gaining popularity and why this rug is worth to buy”. However, we again looked over this topic of Tabriz Persian Rug, as its most popular Persian wool rug and we wanted to dig deeper into.
Tabriz is a city in the Azerbaijani region of Iran, located in the northwestern part of the country. One of the oldest rug weaving centers in the world, creating some of the highest-quality Persian Carpets with a symmetrical knot in the rest of Persia.
Famous Antique Tabriz Carpet Design
Tabriz provides a variety of designs that have impacted many other carpet-weaving locales throughout history. Herati Leaf/Mahi (Goldfish) is an example of such a design. Below is an example of this;
A silk thread woven in between two wool layers, generally of contrasting colours, splits a leaf in half in this design. As you move around the rug, the light refracts off the leaf, making it glitter like a goldfish in water.
Weaving Materials for a Handmade Tabriz Rug
Antique Tabriz Carpets are often made from a combination of wool and silk. Silk will be utilized to accent and accentuate specific portions of the rug, like as making the leaves glisten in the Mahi pattern.
Can Arian Rugs, rugs get COVID-19?
We want to reassure you that we are committed to the health and well-being of our customers, and staff. Arian rugs extensively monitored and practice social distance and wear personal protective equipment (PPE) to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 in Persian rugs.
Recommendations for reducing the risk of infection
• Cleaning method that is effective.
• Use a carpet cleaner with surfactants.
• To keep dust from drifting into the air, use a vacuum. After each cleaning, replace the filter.
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