How do you identify a Tabriz rug?

How do you identify a Tabriz rug?

Here are few general points that identify Tabriz Persian Rugs

  1. 1.Tabriz rugs usually have short trimmed piles, so they generally have a lighter feel than other Hand Knotted Persian Rugs.
  2. They have an extraordinary precision and regularity of the weave.

Where do Tabriz rugs come from?

A Tabriz rug/carpet is a type in the general category of Persian carpets from the city of Tabriz, the capital city of East Azarbaijan Province in north west of Iran. It is one of the oldest rug weaving centers and makes a huge diversity of types of carpets.

How do I value my Persian rug?

Take a look at the reverse side of your rug and choose a 1 inch x 1 inch area. Count both the horizontal weave and the vertical run. Multiply the two together to find the your knot density. Generally speaking, the more densely bound a rug is, the higher its quality and thus its price.

Which is the most famous Tabriz Persian rug?

Tabriz Persian Rug has been known for their many different design and pattern. They have been producing rugs since 16th century. The most famous rug ever produced and currently being kept in Metropolitan Museum is the Sheikh Safi design woven in Ardebil from the 16th century.

What’s the knot density of a Tabriz rug?

Tabriz Persian Rug probably has the biggest collection in terms of the pattern & design among any other type of rug produced in the world and among Persian Rugs. Typically the knot density is between 300 (40 Raj) up to 700 KPSI ( 70 Raj) but they go as high as 1300 KPSI.

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What kind of dye do Tabriz rugs use?

These rugs are known to be classic and are hand knotted with either silk or wool foundations. They use variety vegetable dye colors such as reds, blues, ivory, beige, black and much more. Tabriz rugs have been in existence since the 9-10th century.