According to historians at Christie’s, this silk Isfahan rug is an exceptional example of Safavid art during the reign of Shah Abbas (1587–1629). Which may be why the circa-1600 carpet maintained an esteemed provenance throughout the years, residing in the collections of art collector and philanthropist Grace Rainey Rogers, Armenian-American archaeologist and art collector Hagop Kevorkian, as well as Doris Duke and the Newport Restoration Foundation. The lot garnered $4.45 million at Christie’s New York’s June 3, 2008.
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