Tabriz Tableau Rug
Tableaus are small, pictorial, hand-knotted rugs meant for wall decoration like other forms of tapestries. They're often framed and are indistinguishable from paintings when observed at a distance. A close inspection however, reveals that these works of art are hand-knotted with the same skill and technique that is used to create heirloom Tabriz carpets. The region of Tabriz specializes in creating Tableaus.
Region: Tabriz, Persia
Knot Density (sq inch): 361
Warp (foundation): pure silk
Pile: virgin wool and pure silk
Dimensions (ft): 2'0 x 3'3"
Dimensions (cm): 60 x 100
Production time: 2 months
At KESHMIRI, we want to make the Persian rug buying process easier, which is why we’ll never charge you for delivery or return for domestic shipping. All of our rugs are shipped via insured expedited service. If your purchase isn’t quite right, you can return your rug in the original condition within ten (10) days of receipt.
You can expect your orders to be delivered within 5-8 business days (except for remote locations). Rest assured all your purchases are backed by the KESHMIRI GUARANTEE.
All of our international shipments are sent via expedited service with DHL. International shipping is free. Please note that applicable taxes and duties for each international destination varies and is the responsibility of the purchaser.
If your purchase isn’t quite right, you can return your rug in the original condition within ten (10) days of receipt. Please contact us and we will assist you with the return process. The cost of returns for international shipments is the responsibility of the purchaser.
You can expect your international shipments to be delivered within 7-10 business days. Rest assured all your purchases are backed by the KESHMIRI GUARANTEE.
We stand behind the authenticity and quality of our fine collectible rugs. Nothing is more important to us than a transparent transaction that makes our customer happy – so if something goes wrong, you have our word that we will do everything possible to make it right.
Managing Director & Curator