The Ardabil Carpets

Exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Next to the Pazaryk carpet the most famous carpets in Oriental rug history are the Ardabil carpets. The Ardabil carpets are a pair of twins, weaved in Persia in the 16th. century. One of the carpets are exhibited in Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the other in Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The carpets are woven in 1539-40 according to the dated inscriptions. The foundation is of silk and the pile of wool with a knot density at 300-350 knots per square inch … Read more




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