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Hamedan-312x165cm

Hamedan Handmade Hand Knotted Persian Rug.

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Rug no.: 141

Style: Hamedan

Province:  Hamedan

Made in: Iran

Foundation: Cotton

Pile: Wool

Colors: Ivory, Red, Brown,Blue, Ivory (Refer to the Pictures)

Size in cm: 312 x 165

Shape: Rectangle

Age: 15 Years old

Condition: Excellent

Knot density: 90 000 - 300 000 knots per square metre

Woven: Hand Knotted

Knot: symmetrical

 

Hamadan is a city situated in the western part of Iran, 300 kilometres west of Teheran. It is one of the world’s oldest cities and is mentioned under the name of Ekbatana in the Bible, see the book of Esther. The city is a centre for trading with carpets that are manufactured in the hundreds from nearby villages and cities. The best of these carpets are sold under their own names such as Nahavand, Tuiserkan, Malayer or Hosseinabad. More simple carpets from the area are sold under the generic term Hamadan.

 They are easily recognized with their typical patterns and sizes. The patterns are very varying and the medallion as well as carpets with repeated patterns occurs.

 The carpets are manufactured with a ropy, shiny and often natural dyed handspun yarn that provides a very durable surface and beautiful color scale. Common for all these carpets is that they are nowadays made on a cotton warp with one weft. The patterns are mostly geometrical, but floral motifs also occur. Materials and design can be of very varying quality.

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Rug no.: 141

Style: Hamedan

Province:  Hamedan

Made in: Iran

Foundation: Cotton

Pile: Wool

Colors: Ivory, Red, Brown,Blue, Ivory (Refer to the Pictures)

Size in cm: 312 x 165

Shape: Rectangle

Age: 15 Years old

Condition: Excellent

Knot density: 90 000 - 300 000 knots per square metre

Woven: Hand Knotted

Knot: symmetrical

 

Hamadan is a city situated in the western part of Iran, 300 kilometres west of Teheran. It is one of the world’s oldest cities and is mentioned under the name of Ekbatana in the Bible, see the book of Esther. The city is a centre for trading with carpets that are manufactured in the hundreds from nearby villages and cities. The best of these carpets are sold under their own names such as Nahavand, Tuiserkan, Malayer or Hosseinabad. More simple carpets from the area are sold under the generic term Hamadan.

 They are easily recognized with their typical patterns and sizes. The patterns are very varying and the medallion as well as carpets with repeated patterns occurs.

 The carpets are manufactured with a ropy, shiny and often natural dyed handspun yarn that provides a very durable surface and beautiful color scale. Common for all these carpets is that they are nowadays made on a cotton warp with one weft. The patterns are mostly geometrical, but floral motifs also occur. Materials and design can be of very varying quality.