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Persian carpet

Persian Carpet, the Glory of Art

Iranian carpet is also known as Persian carpet or Iranian rug worldwide. This art plays a vital role in the economy of Iran. Its beginning remains unknown. However, some believe it date backs to 2,500 years ago. It is obvious that Persian carpet has a world, full of beauty which revels the thousands years of Persian history, tradition and culture. In fact, carpet weaving has been a part of Iranian culture woven by nomadic tribes, villagers, and manufactories in different parts of Iran, each has its own pattern, design, beauty, and bright color artistically.

Persian carpet

At the beginning of carpet weaving, weavers have used a technique known as “flat weaving” which is used mostly by nomadic tribes today. In this technique, the carpet is woven in a flat surface with no pile. Afterwards, a technique known as “loop weaving” was developed in which the weft strings were pulled over a gauge rod.

Persian carpet

Nomadic carpets producing by different ethnic groups are classified mostly as Kurds, Bakhtiari and Luri, Chahar Mahal, Qashqai and Khamseh, Afshari, and Beluch based on their patterns, designs, and colors. There are also various kinds of Persian traditional carpet such as Gabbeh, Kilim, Soumak, Suzani etc. having their advocates.

Persian carpet

Carpets are woven by different materials such as wool, cotton, silk. These materials are dyeing by plants, insect reds, or modern synthetic dyes.

Persian carpet

Persian carpets include 29 designs registered by World Intellectual Property Organization internationally. Carpets of Tabriz, Isfahan, Kashan, Mashhad, Nain, Kerman, Qom, etc., either manufactured or hand-woven, are characterized by their famous patterns, designs, elaborated colors and natural dyes as well as their specific materials and weaving techniques. The Persian carpet enjoys different designs such as lush botanical figures, geometric animals, people, and everyday objects each has its own history.

Persian carpet

Iran Sun World Tour and Travel Agency arranges some tours to visit nomadic tribes to see how the Persian carpet is woven. Feel free to contact us.

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