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Royal Tehran Paradise Park II

Royal Tehran Paradise Park II

  • Number 94pon

  • Type Workshop

  • Material Wool

  • Origin Tehran

  • Style Tree

  • Size 316 x 203

  • Age 1880

Story

One of two sky blue Qajar Tehran masterpieces with Paradise Park design in our exclusive collection, this impressive artwork stands out for the soft texture, awesome dyes and exotic landscape.

A slender Tree of Life rises amidst a Garden of Eden with an alluring array Birds Of Paradise amidst the lush greenery, all against a mesmerising sky blue backdrop. This pattern is one of the most famous that are avidly sought by collectors and originally were made to hang in the royal palaces. A masterwork from the royal Qajar looms.

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