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King Noah & Animals by Farshchian Wool Tableau Rug (Pictorial Carpet)

You pay: $2,500.00
Retail Price: $4,900.00
You Save: 49.00% ($2,400.00)

Item#: 1369
Category: Miniature Tableau Rugs
Artist: Farshchian
Size: 104 x 120 (cm)      3' 4 x 3' 11 (ft)
Origin: Persian, Tabriz
Foundation: Wool
Material: Wool & Silk
Primary Colour:      Border Colour:
Weave: 100% Hand Woven
Age: Brand New
KPSI: 600
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Farshchian Brand New Persian, Tabriz Wool Miniature Tableau Rug

King Noah & Animals Miniature Persian, Tabriz Wool & Silk Tableau Rug(Pictorial Carpet)600 KPSI 

This beautiful Persian, Tabriz Tableau Rug(Pictorial carpet) is woven in a city called Tabriz. Tabriz is very famous for it’s rug weaving techniques by using double knot. Due to this fact Tabriz rug are best in tableau rug(Pictorial Carpet) and can show lot of details. The quality of Tabriz rug are among the highest & best in the world of rugs. Tableau rug prices typically depend to the # of color and the complexity of the rug.

This beautiful master piece comes with a custom made frame and the picture speaks for it self. 

The Story of Noah in Judaism : Noah was the tenth of the pre-Flood Patriarchs. His father Lamech named him nûa?, saying, "This same shall comfort us in our work and in the toil of our hands, which cometh from the ground which the LORD hath cursed. This connects the future patriarch's name with n??am, "comfort", but it seems better related to the word nûa?, meaning "rest", and is more a play on words than a true etymology.

In his five hundredth year Noah had three sons, Shem, Ham and Japheth. In his six hundredth year God, saddened at the wickedness of mankind, sent a great deluge to destroy all life, but because Noah was "righteous in his generation" God instructed him to build an ark and save a remnant of life.

After the Flood, Noah offered a sacrifice to God, who promises never again to destroy all life on Earth by flood and creates the rainbow as the sign of this "everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that is on the earth,  also known as the Noahic covenant. After this, Noah became a husbandman and he planted a vineyard: and he drank of the wine, and was drunken; and was uncovered within his tent. Noah's son Ham, the father of Canaan, saw the nakedness of his father and told his brethren and Noah cursed Ham's son Canaan.

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