The Ardabil Carpet


The Ardabil Carpet, Maqsud of Kashan, Persian: Safavid dynasty, silk warps and wefts with wool pile (25 million knots, 340 per sq. inch), 1539-40 C.E., Tabriz, Kashan, Isfahan or Kirman, Iran (Victoria & Albert Museum)

The Ardabil Carpet, Maqsud of Kashan, Persian: Safavid dynasty, silk warps and wefts with wool pile (25 million knots, 340 per sq. inch), 1539-40 C.E., Tabriz, Kashan, Isfahan or Kirman, Iran (Victoria & Albert Museum)

Cite this page as: Gwen Shaw, "The Ardabil Carpet," in Smarthistory, December 27, 2015, accessed May 23, 2018, https://smarthistory.org/arts-of-the-islamic-world-the-later-period/screen-shot-2015-12-27-at-5-24-41-pm/.