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Persian Rugs

Garden Carpets

October 03, 2018

One of the greatest Persian carpets, Wagner Garden Carpet is currently highlighted at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This carpet is on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for the first time and is the third-oldest-known Persian garden carpet, dating from the seventeenth century. read more

Tabriz Carpets-Northwest Persia

August 06, 2018

The fame of the finely-crafted decorative rugs from the city of Tabriz can be traced back to at least the 16th century when the Safavid court commissioned these extraordinary carpets for use in palaces, holy sites, and tombs.  The famed Ardebil Carpet, long housed in London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, is considered the finest extant example of 16th-century Tabriz carpet weaving. read more

The Ziegler Carpet: When East Meets West

August 01, 2018

For more than a century the name Ziegler has been a label of quality, synonymous with a highly decorative yet subtle Persian carpet.  The types of harmonious, fluid patterns of scrolling vines and bold floral and plant forms associated with Zieglers exemplify the successful melding of Eastern designs and Western aesthetics.  They have a timeless appeal that makes the Ziegler carpet extraordinarily adaptable to a wide variety of interiors, whether traditional or modern, simple or grand. read more

Global Sophistication: The Art of the Persian Carpet

April 18, 2018

Whether bold and complex, or subtle and graceful, Persian carpets have for centuries been regarded as the crowning achievement of the textile arts. While a traditional art, Persian carpets work in harmony with the eclectic sensibility of today’s most sophisticated designers who understand the level of quality that can only be achieved in the slow processes of the master craftsman. From the slowness of the dye process, to the subtlety of refined and balanced designs, these works have an aura and materiality that is an antidote to a mass-produced world and the flattened space of the technological age. read more