Kerman Carpet

These rugs are woven in central Iran and southeastern Iran.

Carpet weaving in this region is 500 years old and is one of the most famous carpets of Iran and has its special customers all over the world.

Plan of these carpets can be mentioned as tourang, bushes, flowers, gardens, fiction and the Quran, the Tree of Life, Lily and Majnoon.

These rugs usually have 180 to 400 knots per square inch.

kpsi 180 _400

The roots of these rugs are made of cotton

These carpets have up to 20 colors, but the predominant color is dark red and indigo.

Due to the export of these rugs to Europe and America for years the design and color of these rugs is suitable for Europe and America.

Unlike other areas that dye their wool after spinning

In Kerman, dyeing is pre-spinning and therefore the colors are very uniform

The threads of yarn used in the carpet are three strands of which two are thick and one is thin, and these yarns work to secure the knots in the carpet.

These rugs are divided into two groups.

Urban carpets and rustic carpets.

Urban carpets are woven by men.

These rugs are very strong and delicate and have 5000 knots per decimeter

The texture of these carpets is Kerman, Ravar, Bardestar, Rafsanjan, Zarand, Golbaf and Joubar.

Most tribal carpets are woven around towns and villages.

These rugs have 2000 knots per decimeter.

main city is producing and selling tribal carpets in Sirjan.

The tree and bird on these carpets symbolize heaven.

Below are examples of these carpets

available examples of kerman rugs