The Persian carpet is the carpet by definition, the best known and appreciated among the hand-knotted carpets. Generally named after the city or area of knotting.
Kirman carpet, Kashan, Tabriz, Isfahan, Serapi, Senneh, Bakhtiari, Saruk, Sultanabad, Mahal, Ferahan, Mishan, Josan, Bidjar, Malayer, Hamadan
old persian carpets yastik | 80/120 - 90/145
We define old knotted carpets interwar or in the next two decades. They still hand spun wool and some vegetable colors. In this group, the earliest manufacturers of the city of Kum (Goom) and Isfahan, characterized by the extreme refinement of the node and the use of silk in both the structure (warp and weft) is in the fleece.