Persian Tabriz Alabaf

489 x 358 cm
16 ' 0 " x 11 ' 8 "

Serial No: 161919 Categories: ,
Serial Number161919
Dimension
489 x 358 cm
16 ' 0 " x 11 ' 8 "
QualityHand-knotted
Weave TypeTurkish knot
MaterialFine wool on silk base
OriginTabriz - Persia
This exquisite rug, meticulously woven by the renowned master weaver Alabaf, exemplifies the pinnacle of Persian craftsmanship. Alabaf is a distinguished name in the world of Persian rug weaving, particularly associated with Tabriz rugs. The term "Alabaf" translates to "fine weaver" in Persian, signifying the high-quality craftsmanship inherent in this name. The Alabaf family has been creating top-tier rugs since the late 19th century, beginning with Hassan Alabaf and continuing through multiple generations of master weavers. Measuring 489 cm by 358 cm, the rug features an intricate array of floral motifs and medallions in a harmonious palette of soft blues, reds, and earthy tones. The high-quality wool and silk materials lend the rug a luxurious texture and subtle sheen, while the fine knotting technique ensures exceptional detail and durability. Perfect for adding a touch of elegance to any large living space, this Alabaf rug is a timeless piece that reflects the rich heritage and superior craftsmanship of one of the finest names in the Persian rug tradition.
  • Vacuum regularly at least once a week
  • Avoid using vacuum heads with brushes, rotary brushes or bristles
  • Follow the direction of the pile
  • Keep the rug dry at all times
  • Use curtains or drapes to prevent direct sun exposure
  • Do not place potted plants on the rug
  • Walk on the rug barefooted or with indoor slippers/shoes
  • Only dab at stains with a sponge
  • Do not rub or scrub

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