December 19, 2012 by
Filed under: Tabriz Rugs 

Tabriz Persian Rugs are produced in or around the province containing the western Iranian city of Tabriz. Those produced in countries other than Iran are so called because their designs adhere to common patterns, styles and colors of their Persian counterparts. Tabriz rugs are available in a wide range of motifs, but generally contain a curvilinear pattern which might include a center medallion, pomegranate flowers or paisleys in an all over design. Colors in Tabriz carpets are often more somber than other Persian rugs, often containing deep brown, navy and ivory. But the variety is so great they could also have any color from green to deep purple as well as the traditional reds and blues of Persian rugs. The soft wool is knotted tightly and cut short for a thin pile. Some of the finest Persian rugs ever made are Tabriz.
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