1912 - Bidjar 288x201cm
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|Length x Breadth||288x201cm|
|Feature details||Bidjar Royal|
Bidjar (Afshar / Tekap, Halvai, Zanjan) is located in northwest Iran near Tekap and Zanjan.
They are the most durable and heaviest carpets of Iran which are made. The fact that
the Bidjar on a wet loom is manufactured, requires strong men's hands.
Mainly with the Bidjar Medallion is produced in the diamond theme. Flowers also designs
(Rosebidjar) and the Herati allover design are shown. Mostly dominates a variation of
redbrown and a golden beige tone in combination with blue and black variants.
It is usually wool, modern units with silk, camel hair on cotton rarely processed.
The knot density of Bidjar moves between 150 and even 650 thousand knots per square meter.