Seller: amin1min (110) 100%, Location: Surfers Paradise, QLD, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 192128990101 SUPERFINE AUTUMN ROAD PERSIAN RUG (TABRIZ) 1100 x 630 cmI was given a framed Persian carpet work of art, an image of a fall scenery in a park, not only I don’t have any space to hang the large frame; it also clashes with the décor in my place.The rug is handmade and high quality wool which is double knotted for a longer lasting quality art piece. I am asking $3500.00 for this work of art as the quality is extremely well made and the quality is immaculate. Please see the image and the size below and express your interest. The framed rug is very large and high quality showing the sizes of 1100 X 630 to make a statement in a show room, living area or collectable.The art of carpet weaving in Iran originated more than 2,500 years ago. Persian carpets and rugs were initially woven as articles of necessity to cover the floors of nomadic tribesmen, giving them protection from the cold and damp. Creating a picture using wool or silk and weaving them into hundreds of knots per square centimetre takes weeks or months, depending on the size and material being used to make it.The natural progression of the skill and craft involved in the creation of these works of art has been passed down from generation to generation over the centuries throughout periods of peace, invasion and war. This beautiful Persian, Taabriz Tableau Rug is woven in a city called Taabriz. Taabriz is very famous for it’s rug weaving techniques by using double knotted detailing and strong coloured wool. Due to this fact Taabriz rug are best in tableau rug(Pictorial Carpet) and can show lot of detail.The quality of Taabriz rug are among the highest & best in the world. This beautiful master piece comes with a custom made frame and the picture speaks for it self.Tabriz – Tabriz is situated in north-western Iran, in the province of Azerbaijan, and is the capital of a very important carpet weaving region.The Tabriz carpets are of very good quality, finely knotted and made of strong lustrous wool. There are old carpets in private homes, used for years, which are still in excellent condition, and the colours have kept their brightness. At the beginning of the century, the finest carpets had a silk pile. These are rare pieces and are among the most beautiful examples of Persian carpets. The usual Tabriz design is a medallion surrounded by flowers and tendrils; however, some carpets have a design with repeating patterns.