Jozan Persian Rugs

Jozan Persian Rugs

Jozan Persian Rugs are beautiful rugs of Malayer city.

Some features of Jozan Persian rugs are;

Raw Materials:

The city’s climatic conditions and its suitability for livestock breeding and productivity of sheep wool, which is an important raw material for weaving carpets, has promoted this profession especially in rural areas. In the villages of Najr, Jozan, Noshijan, Payizan, Tayeem, Jokar, Hossein Abad, Shamloo, Mehdi Abad, Davidjani, Hamza Lu Alia, Hamza Lu Sofli, Gorijan, and Golparabad carpets are woven into Saruk and Hamedan designs.

Malayer is the origin of the Il-Zand tribe, which is a well-known tribe whose people are engaged in the carpet weaving profession. In the Malayer region people are mainly interested in handicrafts, and wood, pottery, ceramics, leather, embroidery, and weaving industries are common.

Design and Role and Texture:

The Malayer rug design and motif is in addition to public motifs such as Medallion and carnation, often of King Abbasi, fish, hunting grounds, pots, lilies and majnuns, and the role of duplicate fine and coarse textures.

Embroidered weaving is prevalent in the rugs of this area, especially Jozan.

In Jozan and Manizan, the best carpet of the area is woven with symmetrical knit and double thread. Malayer carpet colors are often navy, red, and creamy. In Malayer, natural and herbal and industrial dyes are used in the market for dyeing wool and cotton. Part of Malayer carpets woven near the city of Hamedan is used in the carpets of the city of Hamadan and what is woven in the countryside near Saroq.

Affected by carpet. Malayer Carpet Market is located in Hamadan, Arak and Tehran. Due to the softness of the mullet water the carpet color of this area is very good and bright.

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