Kerman Persian Rug

Kerman Persian rug

Kerman Persian rug 

Some Features of Kerman Persian rugs are;

Design and motifs:

Some of the famous woven designs in Kerman province:

 Medallion: This design is woven in plain floor, Shah Abbasi, Islamic, Quranic frame, and grape cluster;

 Vegetable Work: One of the unique designs of Kerman province and city.  It is a design of flowers and bushes that are very beautifully put together.  One of the roles of vegetable work is called Khorrami and the other is the water vegetable work;

 Trees: Famous and mythical trees such as sycamore, cypress, willow, and fruit trees;

 Shrubs: The role of shrubs has been remained from scarf weaving in this area.

 Integration: The combination of Kerman’s special motifs and what is common in the textures has created interesting designs in the area’s carpet;

 Image: Like the images of heroes, rulers, and elite names.  Pictorial roles include the role of a celebrity such as the carpet of the late Arjmand Kermani, signed by Mohammad bin Jafar.  Khatai motifs, Kermani round, bridal gown, jujube, flower, mahangil, mahogh, naqs khan, and single cedar are among the popular themes of the region, especially the Sirjan tribes.

 Color:

Until recently, Kerman carpet yarn dyeing used a variety of herbal dyes such as reddish, rhubarb, nile, asperg, pomegranate, walnut, and leaf leaves and is sometimes used today, but for various reasons today  Kerman carpets are widely used in colors that can be used in red, nail, red, cream, lacquer, ivory, gray, green and pink, purple, lily, white, almond.  , Busty, black, cinnamon, and golden and pointed.  Kerman carpet color is basically happy and bright.

 Raw Materials and Textures:

Wool, cotton, and sometimes silk are fibers used for carpet weaving.  The rugs and wefts of these rugs are made of cotton yarn and lint from wool. Usually the rugs have two wools and sometimes three wools and are woven with an asymmetrical knot as well as a knot.  These carpets are woven on vertical walls in towns and villages, and among Sirjan tribes on horizontal ones.

 The warp winder , known locally as the “Tony”, is carried out outside the loom then is mounted on it.  It is worth mentioning that although Kerman Persian rug is Persian and its head and bottom are of tubing and rolling, the method of semi-textile carpet pulling differs from other parts and is wrapped around the rolling circumference below. The number of knots in these rugs is 60  The 120 node is a pair of jigsaws that corresponds to 30 to 60 conventional Tabriz rows.  This word is applied to a pair of strings beneath the trunk.  The size of the ranch in Kerman is indicated by a unit called the badge.  In this unit, every 160 threads marked with a single color are called a badge, and each badge is usually 30 cm.

In Kerman, the texture is 6 and 8 rubles, as well as common antlers and backs.  Carpet slippers in this area are usually woven at the same time as the fabric.  Soft and light carpet weaving cream is selected and therefore Kerman rugs are good looking and flexible.  The high density knots of Kerman Persian rug is one of the prominent features of the market as 625 Kpsi  are found in this area.  Kerman province carpet weaving is named after some cities and tribes in this region.

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