Persian Tabriz S/Antique A$275,000

Persian Tabriz S/Antique
Persian Tabriz S/Antique
Persian Tabriz S/Antique

Listed Price

$ 275,000
approx. $191,002.73
approx. €181.140,30
approx. AED701 553,03
approx. $275,000
approx. $246,702.56
approx. CHF182,719.71
approx. ¥1,277,770.06
approx. £155,589.30
approx. HK$1 499 195,70
approx. kn1.364.198,80
approx. $3,800,672.59
approx. kr1.884.205,45
approx. RUB10 314 147,78
approx. kr1 934 458,07
approx. ฿6,773,434.30
approx. R3,023,917.01
approx. $5,673,640.39
approx. ₱10,488,437.39
approx. Kč4 479 842,58
approx. ₨8,585,716.14
approx. $264,809.81
approx. $159,244.51
approx. $175.048.272
approx. B/.191,002.73
approx. $382,005.46
approx. ₹14,948,972.46
approx. ¥25,808,623.08
approx. $516,194.43
approx. $302,293.72
approx. £155,589.30
approx. R$1.000.357,70
approx. ₪651,747.15
approx. ر.ع.73,546.174
approx. zł848 686,06
approx. $417,694.32
approx. $789.689.325,38
approx. Fr21,615,786
approx. $191,002.73
approx. ر.ق695,440.94
approx. ₡132.108.490,12
approx. Ft72 704 870,62
approx. د.م.1,917,953.91
approx. kr.1.347.799,68
approx. $191,002.73
approx. ₨68,790,351.05
approx. ₺3.287.710,88
approx. RM841,510.28
approx. ر.س716,726.86
approx. ₩246 432 373,05
approx. $385 169,80
approx. ₲1 314 235 085,52
approx. Rp2.833.640.095,29
approx. $10,421,108.93
approx. J$28.888.133,16
approx. J$3.585.999,85
approx. Fr118,820,241.32
approx. ₦79,264,222.76
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Details

  • Location: Annandale, New South Wales, Australia
  • Address: 114 Pyrmont Bridge Rd, Annandale NSW 2038, Australia

Description

This one of a kind semi-antique pictorial piece comes from the city of Tabriz.

Inscribed in this rug are the words of one of Persia’s greatest poets “butler come and give pure love, pure wine in the golden goblet; That only in drunk, this nightmare could be tolerated” – Nizami Ganjavi

These words act as a metaphor for the pictorial piece which illustrates the celebration following the attack of Alexander the Great’s army who proceeded to conquer Persepolis in 330BC.

The complexity of the design can be illustrated through the contrast between the border and centre of this piece, with the guide border design representing discipline and regulation. This provides comfort and containment in the presence of such hedonism.

Dimensions: 2.96×1.81
Made:

Elite Seller

For Sale by

Persian Carpet Gallery (est. 1968)

114 PYRMONT BRIDGE RD
2038
Sydney
Australia
Member since 2022
Responsible agent
Rohan Bhatti