Carpet Ardebil province Azarbayejan of Iran Persian
Article REF.: Si-053
Colors: beige, salmon, blue
Manufacture: Hand made
dimension: 255 cm x 180 cm
Origin: Ardebil province Azarbayejan of Iran Persian
Warp and weft: cotton
Knotting density: 700 000 knots/m²
A Persian carpet is symbolic of a world art, appeared more than 2,500 years ago. The Iranians were among the first carpet weavers.
The Persian carpet is today perceived as a luxury item in the international market, but this was not always the case. The nomadic stands that migrate across the entire Persian often used carpets as tools. It was necessary to protect the stands of the cold winter. However, the need was born the art. With their vivid colors and patterns, the flooring and the input that protected the rostrum from the ravages of the environment on the one hand, and on the other hand, brought solace and hope when life seemed too hard.
Persian carpets are distinguished into two main groups: the carpets with a geometric design and carpet with a design curvilinear, more known under the name of floral carpet.
The complexity of the models are representative of the Persian carpet design. This has fascinated experts and lovers of art around the world for centuries. However, myths, designs reflect not so much inspiration from the Persians of nature and pure love as models of works of art. Nature is the greatest source of inspiration for the creator of carpet
- Knots by M²
- Geometric, Medallion
- 255 cm
- Knotted by hand
- 180 cm