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Hadji Jalili Tabriz, circa 1890

Posted in: Persian rugs
Hadji Jalili’s Tabriz Carpets, woven in the last quarter of the 19th century, are known to be among the finest carpets woven in Persia.

Originally, these fine Oriental rugs were made for illustrious families and institutions.  These workshops recognized among collectors for their expert weaving skills and use of high-quality materials offer more intriguing patterns and diverse coloration when compared the typical Tabriz carpets.  Hadji Jalili carpets are known for their sophistication of style in mixing contrasting softer tones in their carpets along with standard deeper colors.

Hadji Jalili carpets attributed to these workshops in the Persian city of Tabriz created a resurgence of creativity in the city. Many later rugs are attributed to this influence; although they are not as fine or as sought after by designers and collectors.

We are excited to have added this rare Hadji Jalili Tabriz Oriental rug to our King’s House collection.


Rug Details

ORIGIN: Persia

DIMENSIONS: 11.3x14.9

MATERIALS: wool pile on a cotton foundation

COST: $38,000

AVAILABILITY: This one of a kind, antique carpet is available in our Birmingham, Alabama showroom.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Excellent condition, circa 1890

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