Haji Jalili carpets from Tabriz are known worldwide for their luxurious feel and exquisite beauty. They are characterized by their excellent weaving quality and detailed designs as well as vibrant colors. In addition to having a beautiful sheen, these magnificent antique rugs are extremely durable due to the use of silk. In the upcoming 1stbid sale, an antique silk Haji Jalili Tabriz rug will be a key highlight. Haji Jalili is credited with rejuvenating Tabriz as a global rug weaving capital through his work on antique Tabriz rugs. This rug features attached oval shapes and arabesques that encircle every four botehs.
Aside from Persian carpets, the catalog provides an extensive collection of French, Belgian, and Flemish tapestries. After the work of 18th-century French court painter Charles Coypel, illustration tapestries with decorative surrounds first appeared, reaching the height of their popularity under Maurice Jacques and François Boucher. Featuring Boucher’s elegant compositions and Jacques’ delicate border designs, these tapestries were among the most excellent and spectacular produced at Gobelins Textile Manufactory in France. For more information about the sale as well as other online auctions, visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:285
Price Range:$220 - $35,000
Interesting lots include:
|Antique Silk Haji Jalili Tabriz Rug
|Antique French Tapestry Don Quixote
|Vintage Belgian Tapestry
|Antique Aubusson-Beauvais Pictorial French Tapestry
|Vintage Naeen (Signed Habibian) Rug, 6’ x 9’ (1.83 x 2.74 M)