Kerman, Iran
A great city of southern Persia and the source of attractive and finely woven carpets. The colour of combinations of Kermans, together with those of Tabriz is perhaps the lightest of any in Persia. It seals that the carpet weavers of Kerman were subject to English influence from a very early period; and their products are therefore suited to En...
A great city of southern Persia and the source of attractive and finely woven carpets. The colour of combinations of Kermans, together with those of Tabriz is perhaps the lightest of any in Persia. It seals that the carpet weavers of Kerman were subject to English influence from a very early period; and their products are therefore suited to English taste. The colours of these early carpets were already very light. Even the purple which is supposed to have been obtained partly by the use of cochineal is never found in a 100% intensity, but generally in light or at all events medium tints. Only the blue, as a contrasting colour, has all the depth of the so called Surmey, and is exclusively the natural indigo.
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