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Polonaise carpets

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A name of convenience given to types of rugs thought to have been made in Isfahan or Kashan characterized by a silk pile, floral designs, and areas of gold or silver brocade.

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Broader Terms used

<Persian rugs by pattern>

Narrower Terms used

Coronation carpets

Equivalent Terms used

Polonaise carpet


12yrs ago

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