Tabriz ‘Benlian’ Jabarzadeh


Tabriz masterpiece woven in the 40s in the Benlian Workshop in Tabriz. Benlian was a British-Armenian firm enstabilished in Tabriz in the early 1900s opening a workshop specialized in high quality Persian carpets and early Safavid carpets. This beautiful piece is a reproduction of the Safavid Kashan Polonaise carpet with flying cranes(16th/17th century) kilims like the one kept at the Met Museum. The carpet is a full pile, perfect condition.

Size  361×240 cm / 11′ 10” x 7′ 10”

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Additional information

Dimensions 361 x 240 cm ( 11,84 x 7,87 ft )
ID 4203
Name Tabriz ‘Benlian’
Period Circa 1940
Materials Wool and cotton
Origin Persia
Condition Perfect

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