Isfahan rugs

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Isfahan (Esfahan) is a ancient city in the western central part of Persia (Iran). Isfahan was the Persian capital under Shah Abbas and the Safavid successors. This educational Isfahan rugs and carpets gallery includes both carpets from the 17th century and signed Seirafian Isfahan carpets from the mid 20th century.

17th century Persian Isfahan
Lot 366, Isfahan carpet at Bonhams ‘Home & Interiors’ 26 June 2019 in Edinburgh
Lot 257 Safavid Isfahan rug Central Persia 17th century. Size 230cm. x 145 cm. Estimate GBP 8,000 – GBP 12,000
Lot 808. Isfahan carpet circa 1910. 143×218 cm. Estimate EUR 550 – 730
16-17th century Isfahan
A Isfahan rug, Persia. Classical medallion design. Knotted with kork wool on silk warps. C. 1 mio. kn. pr. sqm. 1950-1960. 246 x 145 cm. Est. 2000 Euro.
Lot 133. Early 17th century Isfahan Fragment 360 x 250 cm / 11ft. 10in. x 8ft. 2in. Estimate € 40.000 – 50.000
Isfahan rug, Persia. Medallion design. C. 620.000 kn. pr. sqm. Mid-20th century. 203 x 141 cm. 1100-1400.- Euro.
17th century Isfahan rug exhibited by Alberto Boralevi

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