Indulge in the captivating allure of this breathtaking Hashemi Atelier Tabriz carpet, a true masterpiece of luxurious Persian artistry. The Hashemi Atelier has long been revered for their unparalleled craftsmanship and dedication to producing the finest carpets, and this piece is one of his best example. Produced in the mid-20th century, this stunning Tabriz rug is a testament to the Hashemi Atelier’s unwavering commitment to excellence.
This magnificent carpet is woven from only the finest materials, employing only the most exquisite vegetable dyes and kurk wool with mulberry silk. The use of these premium materials imbues this carpet with a richness of colors that are both bold and vibrant, and on technical grounds, it exceeds a remarkable 90 raj knot count. The carpet is finished with a kilim decorated with regal sitting lions and adorned with three rows of knots before the fringes are allowed to cascade gracefully.
The design of this Hashemi-signed Tabriz rug was created during the golden age of Persian carpet production, in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Persian culture is world-renowned for its unparalleled carpet and textile artistry, and this piece exudes the very essence of that rich artistic heritage. Poetically elegant, this carpet is distinguished by a floral motif in the center that is extrapolated throughout in differing dimensions, rendering it stunningly attractive.
The infusion of thirty-two shades of organic vegetable dyes into the weaving of this carpet creates a kaleidoscope of colors that dance together in perfect harmony. The remarkable attention to detail is evident in the precision of the knotting, the intricate designs, and the delicacy of the weaving. The result is a true masterpiece of artistry and craftsmanship, a stunning work of art that exudes an unparalleled aura of luxury and sophistication.
This Hashemi Atelier Tabriz carpet is a true masterpiece, a dazzling embodiment of Persian artistry and a treasure to behold. It is sure to captivate the heart of any collector who values exquisite craftsmanship, exceptional materials, and timeless beauty.
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