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This sickle-leaf vine scroll and palmette “vase” carpet, was made circa 1600 to 1650. ⁠

After being displayed as an example of outstanding Persian carpet weaving in museums and galleries—including the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Textile Museum, the Asia House Gallery, and Fogg Art Museum—the carpet was estimated at $5 million to $7 million. ⁠⁠

Because the sickle-leaf design is the rarest of vase-technique carpet patterns and this is the only known example featuring a red background, Sotheby’s New York was able to sell the lot for $33.7 million on June 5, 2013.⁠


⁠Premium, handcrafted, heavyweight, cross-grain, hooded sweatshirt.


Incredible attention to detail:
Reverse coverstitch sewing on all seams; Body panels cut cross-grain and double ribbing side panels for comfort, stretch and no shrinkage; 100% ring-spun cotton face; Double fleece lined hood; Antique silver eyelets and beautiful drawcord tips. 13.5oz / 450gm.

Good enough is never good enough.

This is the finest sweatshirt we can make. 


For environmental and human friendly reasons, this product is only made when you order it. This makes it a zero waste souvenir from the road less travelled. Please have patience whilst we craft it for you, and due to COVID, please allow at least a 6 weeks to ship. We will send you tracking information as soon as it's in the mail.