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Persian Embroidery Tapestry – Pateh, Paisely Garden

Introducing our exquisite Kermani Pateh, a handcrafted Persian textile masterpiece that instantly elevates any space with its captivating design and rich cultural heritage. This distinctive circular textile boasts a diameter of 33 cm and features the iconic paisley pattern, skillfully interwoven with vibrant shades of red, blue, green, and purple. Each thread tells a unique story of the artisan who passionately crafted this mesmerising wall art in the city of Kerman, Iran.

Our artisans take pride in their work, transforming this luxurious textile into a functional wall art piece, perfect for adding an authentic touch to your home or office. Framed with precision, the Pateh is encased within a 55 cm x 55 cm square frame made of natural wood and high-quality glass. This combination of traditional Persian artistry and rustic framing creates an irresistible aesthetic that seamlessly complements a variety of interior styles, from classic to modern.

As you display this extraordinary Pateh on your wall, you are not only celebrating the craftsmanship of talented Persian artisans but also contributing to the improvement of their lives. At Craftestan, we are dedicated to empowering our female artisan community through fair trade practices, recognising them as the backbone of our business and catalysts for positive change in their communities.

Bring the spirit of Kerman into your home with our meticulously crafted Pateh, a timeless piece of Persian textile art that holds a story as rich and vibrant as the colours that adorn it. Experience the enchanting blend of tradition and passion in every stitch, and feel connected to the incredible journey of our artisans who create these remarkable pieces with love and dedication.

Order your authentic Kermani Pateh today and embrace the beauty of Persian art, culture, and storytelling that will resonate through your space for years to come.

£ 108 Inc. VAT

Available on back-order

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