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Vase-technique Carpet with Overlapping Cartouches Object Name: Carpet Date: 17th century Geography: Iran, probably Kirman or Isfahan Culture: Islamic

Vase-technique Carpet with Overlapping Cartouches Object Name: Carpet Date: century Geography: Iran, probably Kirman or Isfahan Culture: Islamic

aleyma:    Carpet fragment, made in Iran in the 16th century (source).

There is a reason for traditions. aleyma: Carpet fragment, made in Iran in the century (source).

Vaq Vaq tree

Tabriz Vaq Vaq tree carpet, North-west Persia, Wool and cotton, 85 x 140 cm x The Vaq-Vaq tree is the name of a mythical tree which has leaves during the day, and heads of people and animals at night

SERAPI - Northwest Persian 7ft 10in x 12ft 6in 3rd Quarter, 19th Century

SERAPI - Northwest Persian 7ft 10in x 12ft 6in 3rd Quarter, 19th Century

Ushak Star carpet, XVII (17th) century, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Ushak Star carpet, XVII (17th) century, Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Vakiflar Museum, Istanbul

Islamic art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ardabil Carpet is a Persian carpet completed during the reign of Tahmasp I (mid The carpet, which has 26 million knots, was "in tatters" and was restored by sacrificing a similar rug. (Victoria and Albert Museum, London)

16th Century Safavid Carpet Silk & Metallic Threading Second Most Expensive Rug Ever Sold #metallic silk carpet #art

Century Safavid Carpet Silk & Metallic Threading Second Most Expensive Rug Ever Sold silk carpet

Africa | Noblewoman's Ceremonial Overskirt. Shoowa people, DR Congo | Early 20th century | Raffia palm fiber; stem stitch and cut pile embroidery

stem stitch and cut pile embroidery 61 x 125 cm x

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