In the style of 'Petag' carpets, but unmarked. The German firm Persische Teppich-Gesellschaft (PETAG) was founded in Berlin in 1911 by Heinrich Jacoby (1889-1964). At his initiative, a large workshop was opened in Tabriz to weave carpets that maintained traditional quality against the perceived decline resulting from the mass commercialisation of weaving as a result of Western demand. Using lustrous wool and often vegetable dyes the company revived the art of weaving using old and elegant designs from the 16th and 17th century. Their production is usually marked with a cintamani motif. Jacoby is well-known for his authoritative publication 'Eine Sammlung orientalischer Teppiche' of 1923.
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