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The Judgement of Soloman, Carpet Museum, Tehran,... always love the child more than you love your own self.

The Judgement of Soloman, Carpet Museum, Tehran,... always love the child more than you love your own self.

Persian Kerman Laver rug, with a portrait of Shah Abbas and an inscription (Safavie Shah Abbas), most likely made by Ali Kermani.

Persian Kerman Laver rug, with a portrait of Shah Abbas and an inscription (Safavie Shah Abbas), most likely made by Ali Kermani.

Antique Persian rug

A part of a persian carpet, designed in the city of Yazd – Iran in 1911

Hunting Scene Persian Rug

Hunting Scene Persian Rug

Carpet from Iran, in the 16th century. Made of silk, wool, and metal wrapped thread. 161.3x109.9cm. This textile has thick borders as influence from Persian textiles, with curvilinear and interactive motifs. The overall design of this piece is very dense and complex with vines etc. Colors are not as bold as seen in Caucasus textiles. One key indicator of Persian influences is the use of calligraphy.

century Iran Medium: Silk (warp and weft), wool (pile), metal wrapped thread; asymmetricaly knotted thread, brocaded Dimensions: Rug: L.

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