In 1499, a new dynasty arose in Persia. Shah Ismail I, its founder, and his successors, Shah Tahmasp I and Shah Abbas I, became patrons of the Persian Safavid art.
During the Safavids period, especially during the rule of Shah Abbas the great, who reigned 1587-1629, art, architecture and handicraft products, carpets, ceramics, enamelware and metalware were developed and Isfahan became the new magnificent capital of the country. Within a short time carpet weaving rose from a localised Persian industry to a fine art sought after by the kings of Europe.
Persian Minakari Enamelware
Persian Qum Super Fine Silk Carpet
Persian Isfahan Super Fine Silk Carpet
Persian Tabriz Fine Wool Carpet
Beautiful Tabriz Super Fine Silk Carpet
Beautiful Nain Super Fine Silk Carpet
Beautiful Qum Super Fine Silk Carpet
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