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Lot 109: A TABRIZ 'HADJI JALLILI' STYLE CARPET, NORTHWEST PERSIA |
01 November 2016
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: wool, pile
324cm across the top, 338cm across the bottom, 327cm horizontally through the middle, 494cm from the left, 489cm from the right, 495cm vertically through the centre. Flexible handle of very good quality of the type associated with Hadji Jallili weave and wool. Generally even 3mm pile overall, with some areas down to knotheads in minor localised areas. Cotton warp fringing at both ends with later overlocking. With original double sidecords. In exceptional condition. Of balanced design with very good drawing and elegant colouring.
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Dimensions: approximately 495 by 338cm; 16ft. 3in., 11ft. 1in.
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