Persian southwest rugs common feature of these pieces is to have the hand spun wool dyed with vegetable colors, animals or minerals, and not with chemical dyes. Exceptions are rare cases in which they were used, limited to certain colors of easy identification, the first aniline dyes; in these pieces is evident the attempt to embellish the carpet with a color of great effect (must think that then these shades were seen for the first time).
Persian of southwest rugs, these rare cases and exceptions, the normal is that when we find aniline dyes is younger carpets that we classify in the group of old Persian. The carpets Sauk included in the group of ancient carpets were woven with vegetable dyes until 1930. Among the antique carpets we distinguish those knotted the prior milleottocentoottantatre, this period of tumultuous rebirth of the great Iranian crafts characterized by an incredible finesse dell’annodato, the use of fine wool, fleece shaved a few millimeters and a thorough study of the drawings.
12 Photos Gallery of: Southwest rugs – From Persia
The master Mohasco in Kasha, in Hajji Jail Tabriz, Ahmad in Isfahan, Barkeep to Sinned knotted the best-known manufacturers of the time. Not less important Persian of southwest rugs were the Heirs Armenians known as Serape, carpets Sultanabad (modern Ark) known today by the name of Saruk-Ferahan and Karman knotted Radar.