Top image 1
English  Separate parts of rug n rug web to deferent categories   Farsi or Persian language is the official language in different cities and parts of Iran
 
  Shopping Cart     Separate parts of rug n rug web to deferent categories     My Account     Separate parts of rug n rug web to deferent categories     Call Request     Separate parts of rug n rug web to deferent categories     Live Help     Separate parts of rug n rug web to deferent categories     Site Map  
Top image 2
 
   
                                 Carpet weaving in provinces 
seperator           
 
 
 
Abadeh
  Afshar
  Angilas
  Arak
  Ardebil
  Azarbaijan
  Baluchi
  Bijar
  Birjand
  Borchalu
  Esfahan
  Farahan
  Fars
  Gabbeh
  Ghahar
Gharajeh
Gholtogh
Ghom
Hamedan
Heris
Joshaghan
Kashan
Kashmar
Kerman
  Khorasan
  Kilim
  Kordestan
  Lilihan
  Lorestan
  Malayer
  Marand
  Mashhad
  Nahavand
  Nain
  Sanandaj
  Sarab
  Sarugh
  Shahreza
  Shiraz
  Tabriz
  Tafresh
  Tehran
  Turkoman
  Yazd
  Zanjan

Sanandaj rugs

A few centuries ago many beautiful carpets were woven in Sanandaj and Bijar. Unfortunately, the quality of the more recent carpets in Kordestan is not as good as those woven previously. The designs of Sanandaj carpets are mostly monotonous and in these last two centuries the designers and weavers have taken many steps to improve or re touch the former designs. Floral designs are strongly stylised and differ greatly depending on the tribal style and tradition. The design that is most preferred by the weavers is the "Botteh". This motif is repeated in a parallel line several times in row on the background of the carpet.

Anyhow this design is different from those of Ghom, Arak, Kerman and Birjand.

One other design that is woven by the able craftsmen is the Harati design, also known as "Mfihi Zanburi" (fish-bee). Although the Persian knot is known as "Senneh", the weavers of the area prefer the Turkish knot instead of using the knot that bears the name of their own town. Carpets woven in Sanandaj are very thin, short-piled and have one weft after each row of knots.

In Sanandaj, they often weave "Zar-o-nim" and "Sajjadeh"sizes. The dyers are very precise in their profession. They usually use blue, dark blue, brilliant red, yellow, brown and light pistachio colours. Synthetic dyes are found rather infrequently. The wool used to weave the carpets is hand-spun and very thin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
 
Separator divides deferent kinds of Persian carpet and rug based on their region

Call us: +61 4 35 35 46 35

Contact Us    About Us    Links     Site Map

Privacy Policy   Terms and Conditions

© RUGNRUG Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

Free Worldwide Shipping

100% secure Shopping

Lowest Price guaranteed

90 Days Money Back Guaranteed

Trust Logo

Accepted Cards:

Visa and MasterCard is acceptable in shopping online Persian rugs