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Lot 145: A PAIR OF ISPHAHAN RUGS, CENTRAL PERSIA |
November 1, 2016
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Overall measurements: One: 149cm across the top, 152cm across the bottom, 220cm along left side, 220cm along right side Other: 147cm across the top, 151cm across the bottom, 270cm along left side, 270cm along right side Pile generally even 3mm overall. The weave is fine and both are of good quality. One with original knotted fringing at both ends and the other with fringing but unknotted. Original sidecords. Would probably benefit from a light surface clean. Otherwise in very good condition.
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Dimensions: approximately One: 220 by 152cm; 7ft. 2in., 5ft.; other 270 by 151cm; 8ft. 10in., 4ft. 11in.
Saleroom Notice: Please note that there may be restrictions on the import of property of Iranian origin into some or all member countries of the Gulf Co-Operation Council. Any buyers planning to import property of Iranian origin into any of these countries should satisfy themselves of the relevant import regime. Sotheby's will not assist buyers with the shipment of such items into countries of the Gulf Co-Operation Council.