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This almost square pictorial Tabriz Persian rug is one of my favorite rugs that I am fortunate to have been able to add to my collection and it is absolutely stunning. The details are so well done and as you can see in the pictures, silk was added to the wool to give it the shine that you see on the body of the horse.
Thanks to a 60 raj quality with a silk foundation and a workmanship that is next to none, the weaver created a rug that is like a painting perfect for hanging on a wall. These type of pictorial Tabriz rugs are typically either hang as is or framed and it is a perfect example of what an artpiece quality Tabriz rug is all about. While I typically do not consider the 60 raj Tabriz rugs to be of a sufficient quality to warrant an artpiece category, this piece is made to such a degree that it is well deserving to be placed alongside the best of the best.
Info About Tabriz Rugs
Due to the number of inquiries I receive about Tabriz rugs and the large amount of misinformation that are being peddled by online and rug store retailers, I have created my own YouTube channel where I offer factual information for you like the video below that is about Tabriz Rugs. You can see the video if you view this rug page on a laptop or desktop.
If you are shopping for a Tabriz rug or already own one, please watch this 20 minute as it contains general information, examples & buying tips about Tabriz rugs.
Over the past 20+ years, I have received so many questions about the Tabriz rugs that I created this video that will hopefully give you lots of helpful advice without any gimmicks or sales pitches.
Topic: The different qualities in Tabriz rugs and a brief overview
Topic: Buying tips and misinformation about Tabriz rugs
For addditional information and to learn more about the Tabriz rugs, click on the link here about Guide to Tabriz Rugs.