Product category: Iranian handwoven carpet
Product name: Malayer carpet
Materials used in carpet weaving: natural wool
Carpet design and decoration: Traditional and Caucasian motifs
Place of carpet weaving: Iran
Carpet size: 380x70cm - 2.29 x 12.46 foot
Carpet thickness: 10 mm
Carpet age: 10 years
Number of knots per square centimeter: 25
The number of handmade knots in the whole carpet: 665000 pieces
Time taken to produce this carpet: 110 days
Additional information: These carpets are produced in villages and in small workshops.
This hand-woven carpet is one of the types of persian hand-woven carpets. These carpets are classified in the category of rural carpets. This hand-woven carpet is woven in Malair . Malair is one of the central regions of Iran and has a high diversity in the texture of handwoven carpets. Each village in this region produces carpets with its own style and design. In some of these villages, carpets are woven that are very similar to the carpets of the central province of Iran, and in some villages of this region, the woven carpets are very similar to the carpets of Kurdish regions and Caucasian designs.
In most cases, the warp and weft of the Malair carpet is entirely cotton and the pile is wool, and it is basically woven with a thick weft.
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