Produced around 1960, Noor Kobo. Even now, the works woven by the Noor family have won international design awards. A prestigious workshop in Afghanistan.
A beautiful, well-balanced pattern that looks up at the ceiling of the mosque. Since it is made of silk, it is an attractive work that looks different in color depending on the viewing direction.
Produced in the 1930s, Mohammad Ali Serafiyan Studio. It is said that it was exhibited at the Smithsonian Museum for a while.
Using Persian blue for the warp and design unique to Jamsheddy, this work is finished in a very well-balanced work by using Bordeaux as an accent and frame.
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