Tabriz Comedy Show

February 24, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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Comedy ShowVideo Rating: 4 / 5



The Colorful World Of Tabriz Rugs

February 15, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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How can a colorful Tabriz rug help in improving your home or office?

Color influences your attraction to any work of art like paintings and in the exact same way color will also influence your choice of rug. Your choice of rug may be for purely decorative reasons such as hanging it on a wall like a painting or for decorative and functional purposes such as floor covering. The myriad of colors included in the Tabriz rug designs could in fact color your world and put a new life into your home or office environment.

Design, style and size all play an important role in your choice of rug however color is an equally vital factor to consider. A crucial element in any interior design and like any kind of Oriental rug including the Tabriz rugs color also plays an important role in the quality of the Tabriz Persian Rugs.

A major centre for art and learning during the fifteenth century, Tabriz is a small bustling city in the northwest of Persia with a custom of rug making that is centuries old. Through it’s proximity and consequent exposure to Europe, Persia’s rug designs including colors have become well-known to the weavers of Tabriz.

Usually featuring a cream background with egg blue medallion designs, the colors of Tabriz rugs normally vary from deep rich shades of terra-cotta reds and forest green to the softer pastels.

Color and its influence on human emotions and behavior has been studied throughout time and across several different cultures. In many cultures black might imply death though in many of the countries of the Orient including China white is the color of mourning. Red is often related to passion, energy and power with green representing abundance as in nature.

With adaptability and timeless appeal, you can mix and match your styles and colors with Tabriz rugs. With their rich and beautiful colors enhancing the beauty and attraction of your environment as well as creating a harmonious atmosphere for you to live in you will have an investment which will last a lifetime.



ORIENTAL CARPET MOUSEPAD (TABRIZ) Reviews

February 7, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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ORIENTAL CARPET MOUSEPAD (TABRIZ)

These mouse pads look just like a fancy Oriental Rug! Your mouse will move smoothly across the surface and your desk will look fancier than ever! Choose from Isfahan, Tabriz, Samarkand, Agra, or Tientsin.

Price: $ 25.98

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2’7 x 11’10 Red Persian Tabriz Runner Rug

January 22, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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2’7 x 11’10 Red Persian Tabriz Runner Rug

  • Material: Polypropylene Foundation: Cotton
  • 2’7 x 11’10
  • Traditional Design
  • Contains the colors: Black, Brown, Green, Ivory, Red
  • 100 knots per square inch

This brand new Persian rug is made of synthetic wool in the Azarbayjan province of Iran in the Tabriz style.

List Price: $ 383.00

Price: $ 88.00

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ORIENTAL CARPET MOUSEPAD (TABRIZ)

January 20, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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ORIENTAL CARPET MOUSEPAD (TABRIZ)

These mouse pads look just like a fancy Oriental Rug! Your mouse will move smoothly across the surface and your desk will look fancier than ever! Choose from Isfahan, Tabriz, Samarkand, Agra, or Tientsin.

Price: $ 25.98



ORIENTAL CARPET MOUSEPAD (TABRIZ)

January 15, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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ORIENTAL CARPET MOUSEPAD (TABRIZ)

These mouse pads look just like a fancy Oriental Rug! Your mouse will move smoothly across the surface and your desk will look fancier than ever! Choose from Isfahan, Tabriz, Samarkand, Agra, or Tientsin.

Price: $ 25.98

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ORIENTAL CARPET MOUSEPAD (TABRIZ)

January 13, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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ORIENTAL CARPET MOUSEPAD (TABRIZ)

These mouse pads look just like a fancy Oriental Rug! Your mouse will move smoothly across the surface and your desk will look fancier than ever! Choose from Isfahan, Tabriz, Samarkand, Agra, or Tientsin.

Price: $ 25.98



2’7 x 11’10 Beige Persian Tabriz Runner Rug

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2’7 x 11’10 Beige Persian Tabriz Runner Rug

  • Material: Polypropylene Foundation: Cotton
  • 2’7 x 11’10
  • Traditional Design
  • Contains the colors: Beige, Black, Brown, Green, Red
  • 100 knots per square inch

This brand new Persian rug is made of synthetic wool in the Azarbayjan province of Iran in the Tabriz style.

List Price: $ 367.00

Price: $ 88.00



Cavit Tebrizli – Tabriz

October 11, 2010 by · 36 Comments
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Cavit Tebrizli sings a beautiful song in Azeri Turkish about his hometown “Tabriz”.

kasib dolaati taziyasi!



A Tabriz Rug – Your Own Magic Carpet

October 5, 2010 by · Leave a Comment
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Tabriz
by petalouda62(so busy, so little time for Flickr)

A Tabriz Rug – Your Own Magic Carpet Perhaps one of the most beautiful rugs ever made is a Tabriz rug; it defines the legends and history together with the sensitivity of the Persian world. Tabriz rugs are extremely aesthetically pleasing works of art which gather in their elegant patterns the myth of ancient traditions. Having such a carpet in your home will personalize it and give it the originality you always wished for.

Tabriz rugs come from the second largest city in Iran which is situated in the Persian Azerbaijan province which in the northwestern part of the country. This ancient city has a tumultuous story, which pre dates current records, for it was already a flourishing oasis when it was first mentioned in a written document.

Despite the wars, invasions and occupations it has been through, the inhabitants of the city managed to make the rug craftsmanship thrive commercially, with just a single period in the 19th Century when the business declined. The development of the Tabriz rug business throughout history was dominated by single families and sometimes even dynasties. During the Safavid Dynasty era (1499-1722), the town met with its cultural and economic climax, when members of this dynasty founded workshops and improved the commercial relationships, thus making Tabriz one of the artistic centers of Iran, Tabriz is now one of the main producers of high quality Persian rugs, if not the most prolific of them all.

But why is a Tabriz rug so special? Besides being of very high quality, these carpets show the weaver’s exceptional artistic skills, which have shown to have been transmitted from generation to generation. They are exclusively hand-made and generally colored with natural dyes although some carpets manufactured after 1945 may be synthetically dyed and may have fewer KPSI.

The weave is most commonly made of very fine cotton, but some craftsmen use silk or a combination of these two and for the pile, they usually blend Kurk wool and silk. Some of the finest rugs use silk as an essential part for both the foundation and the pile, and even gold threads are interwoven in the base.

Some of the technical singularities of a Tabriz rug lie in the fact that they have double wefts usually made of cotton or wool together with cotton warps; they also have a combination of the Turkish and Persian knots (many of them have only Turkish double symmetric knots) and a tightly woven doubled foundation. The nap is slightly hard to the touch and very short trimmed for high-quality rugs and longer for the average carpet.

The patterns, colors and the large number of hues used are characteristics of a Tabriz rug and can have a palette which may range from dark red and navy blue as predominant colors, to ivy, tan, soft green and other pastels as contrasting colors. Tabriz rugs are known for the large number of colors used in a single piece. and usually have intricate patterns, with small and complicated details. Most Tabriz rugs have a medallion in the middle and quarters of medallion at the corners (shah abbasi, islimi, or a combination of the two), but there are some which may have geometric, simpler patterns where floral motifs are predominant, with vases, palmettos and hunting scenes near the edge. The diversity is overwhelming, however, some patterns are rare and can only be found in private collections or as family possessions.

Such magnificent rugs can bring a piece of the oriental magic into any room of your house. Who knows, maybe Aladdin’s fantastic carpet will find its place straight at your feet!

Arnold Hexden is known for his interesting articles on many subjects.You can read more about antique and Persian rugs on his website: The Antique Rugs Review and Directory which is at .

Over 3000 Years of History. Tabriz is the capital city of East-Azerbaijan Province in Iran. And other video by me: www.youtube.com

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