Bakhtiari Persian rug: It is a Persian rug that is produced in the Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari city. Carpet weaving is common in all cities and villages of the province. It has long been traditionally done by women and girls at home. Bakhtiari rug has long been popular because of its role, color and durability.
Chaharmahal va Bakhtiari province, due to its geographical conditions and being located in a mountainous and cold region, has always been favorable for the production of handmade Persian rugs and carpet production is more important than other handicrafts. Persian rug weaving is the most important handiwork of Bakhtiari tribe first settled in the villages, later settled in the cities. Carpet is a luxurious means of nomadic life and reflects their dignity and pride.
The most important carpet weaving areas in Chaharmahal va Bakhtiari province are: Chalshar – Saman – Ashgoftak – Pirbolat – Arjang – Verdjan – Farrokhshahr – Borujen – Baldaji – Faradbaneh – Hirgan – Babahidar – Ardel and its subordinate areas – Shalmazar and also Farsh group. The Haidarian Carpet Collection offers these types of classic carpets.
Fars Carpet: Fars knitting craft is primarily tribal art and secondarily rural art that relies on nomads. The tribes of Fars, especially the Qashqa’i and the Khamseh tribe, are more involved in this art than the other tribes, and the villagers who live along these tribes are also engaged in the production of Persian rugs and other artifacts.
Their designs have a special coloring and happiness. In recent years, however, the tribal weavers have begun to weave carpets for sale and to the taste of consumers. But often the same weaving minds and the usual colors of their predecessors continue.