These rugs take their name from the nomadic tribes who camp in the south and west of Isfahan, in reality these carpets usually produced in the region village of Chahar-MAJHAL mingling of Persian people, Torques and Armenian. Trades usually horizontal type, are installed in the houses of weavers. The decor is typical and allows easy identification. There, indeed, two separate reasons: -a field divided into small frames forming checkerboards or diamonds polychromatic compartment. They contain stylized plant motifs and repetitive: cypress, willow, flowering bushes and branches, sometimes also animals and birds. The frames can take the form of small medallions. This carpet Bakhtiar called his "patterned garden"or "four seasons ". -The ground-Herati is often used for the border. -Technical specifications: -Warp: Cotton natural white or brown wool for older models -Filling: Cotton natural or blue, sometimes wool or goat hair -Pile: Wool, average height -Knot: symmetrical or asymmetrical -Formats: Sedjadé, Keley, Khali
Products in the town of the same name in Kurdistan in the north west Persia. Bidjar describes those Persian carpets which are immediately distinguishable from others by the thickness of their pile. They have long been manufactured in the city of Bidjar and its environs. The patten of the Bidjar carpets is hardly ever geometrical, but marked by great diversity, ranging from the smallest Herati pattern to very large palmettes, like those in the “vase carpets”. The background may be uniform or covered with a design of corners and medallions or without medallions. Bidjar, a large city to the north west of Hadamdan has long been important as a carpert making center. The characteristic of the Bidjar carpet is a comparatively long pile on a twofold warp. The lengths of yarn so protrude from the foundation that a Bidjar carpet can scarcely be folded in the usual manner, with the back outside. To do so might easily break the warp and weft threads. Bidjar carpets should therefore be folded face outwards.
The Ghashghais, one of the largest Persian tribes, partly nomadic and partly sedentary inhabit the region north-west of Shiraz extending to the border of the Mahallat province. Ghashgai carpets consist entirely of wool, which is of the highest quality, very springy and with a silky lustre. Vegetable dyes are used exclusively, and even among the most recent productions it is rare to find one in which artificial dyes have been used. In many the ground is dark blue, probably so that the dark wool of the sheep can be used in their manufacture; a reddish brown is also used. As to the pattern, a somewhat compressed form of the Farahan design is often seen, while floral ornaments and representation of plans or scrubs are frequent. In former times, the ornaments often included the Indian leaf, and small stylized domestic animals, apparently dogs, sheep, fowls etc. Some decades ago a design not infrequently used was the so called Ashkali pattern. While the basis of the main Ashkali design consists largely of geometric rosettes, the border often has a pattern of rosettes; the border often has a pattern of rosettes separated one from another by a sloping line. Between each pair or rosettes lie two comb-like formations in a slanting position.
Ghom, A holy city south of Tehran, it produces very high quality carpets, finely knotted. They closely resemble Isfahan and Naeens and it often takes an expert to tell them apart. Striking blue, green and red shades are used on an ivory background with various designs, sometimes copying Ardebil, Herati, and Djosheghan patterns, while others use vase, flowers and the tree of life. One type also features animals. Rather, the technical work which is the factor identification Ghom: it is high quality, regular tie, which gives a very compact and durable fabric. These carpets are mostly executed in silk. All colors are vegetable. All tones are used, including red, light green, blue, orange, yellow, brown and black.
A Persian city, lying at an altitude of 6,500 feet (1981,2 m), and an important center of the carpet industry. Since carpets are woven in the whole of the surrounding region, it is out surprising that in the city itself a great number of accessory industries are established. The wool is often spun in the city, and is then sent into the country, where weaving is carried on as in Hamadan itself. Hamadan is also a center for the dyeing of yarn. Though carpets have been produced there for centuries, not all those described as Hamadans come from the city itself, but from the surrounding districts. The older Hamadan carpets were coloured exclusively with vegetable dyes, but in the city itself, since the 1880s the industry has gradually adopted the use of anilne colours. It is principally the red which is an aniline colour, vegetable dyes being employed for the other colours. Formerly madder was used for all tones of red and also a dye which is very seldom met with elsewhere in Persia (its use is known only in certain of the older Shiraz carpets, or saddle-bags) namely Laqi or Shellac, which comes from India. The stuff is produced by an insect that lives under the bark of the banyan tree. The insect makes the tree exude a gum-shellac. This is used in the manufacture of varnishes and lacquers. The residue yields a dyestuff from which a red like cochineal can be obtained. In India it is often used for the finest carpets. The Indians call the colour “laq” or “Persians laqi”.
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