Bijar rugs

Bijar (Bidjar) is a market focus in Northwestern Iran, around 150 miles south of Tabriz. The level, dusty town of Bijar (Bidjar) and the encompassing wide open are populated primarily by Kurds, whose masterful sense and culture is plainly found in the locale's fabulous old fashioned rugs. A little city of 20,000 when the new century rolled over, Bijar (Bidjar) was the focal point of a noteworthy weaving zone.

Persian Bijar (99075b)
HANDMADE RUG - Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. What is most striking and interesting about this rug is that how much colour has been imbedded in and around the main tone of that rich red/crimson. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece. Basically based on red, the rug offers a vibrant contrast of beige, peach, black and blue to give it a dramatic beauty. The traditional Bijar design with flowery and leafy detail makes it look stunning. This is definitely a steal for its price. The rug will suit perfectly in any decoration and will provide a soothing, welcoming environment. It has been masterfully hand-woven in the best natural dyes.
£2,252.25
Persian Bijar (99076b)
HANDMADE RUG - Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. What is most striking and interesting about this rug is that how much colour has been imbedded in and around the main tone of that rich red/crimson. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece. Basically based on red, the rug offers a vibrant contrast of beige, peach, black and blue to give it a dramatic beauty. The traditional Bijar design with flowery and leafy detail makes it look stunning. This is definitely a steal for its price. The rug will suit perfectly in any decoration and will provide a soothing, welcoming environment. It has been masterfully hand-woven in the best natural dyes.
£1,515.15
Kazak (Red) (192318)
HANDMADE RUG - Kazak rugs are a type of Armenian rug that were woven in the south of Caucasus, between Tiflis and Erevan.The older Caucasian carpets are made with hand spun yarns of wool as well as the warp, weft and pile. The natural colours are both clear and strong. Good wool quality and Turkish knots make the carpets durable and they have a good reputation. In newer carpets, made after 1925, the warp is of cotton, with synthetic colours that are bleached and fewer and simplified patterns are used. The carpets are fairly durable All Caucasian carpets are made with a Turkish or Giordes knot "Kazak" carpets are not from Kazakhstan but are from an area in what is now Armenia. The word probably derives from the Russian for Cossack - originally Christian Russian and Ukrainian serfs who fled from feudal landlords, and who were noted for their brutality. The colours of older Caucasian carpets are mostly made from natural materials found in the respective tribal regions. FREE DELIVERY ON THIS RUG within UK mainland.
£705.25
Bijar (70bj1824)
HANDMADE RUG - Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece. The traditional Bijar design with flowery and leafy detail makes it look stunning. This is definitely a steal for its price. The rug will suit perfectly in any decoration and will provide a soothing, welcoming environment. It has been masterfully hand-woven in the best natural dyes.
£150.15
Hamedan (70bj114917)
HANDMADE RUG - Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece. The traditional Bijar design with flowery and leafy detail makes it look stunning. This is definitely a steal for its price. The rug will suit perfectly in any decoration and will provide a soothing, welcoming environment. It has been masterfully hand-woven in the best natural dyes.
£250.25
Persian Bijar (114918)
HANDMADE RUG - joined medallions in the field nice motifs in the field
£204.75
Old Kazak (196459)
HANDMADE RUG - Kazak rugs are a type of Armenian rug that were woven in the south of Caucasus, between Tiflis and Erevan.The older Caucasian carpets are made with hand spun yarns of wool as well as the warp, weft and pile. The natural colours are both clear and strong. Good wool quality and Turkish knots make the carpets durable and they have a good reputation. In newer carpets, made after 1925, the warp is of cotton, with synthetic colours that are bleached and fewer and simplified patterns are used. The carpets are fairly durable All Caucasian carpets are made with a Turkish or Giordes knot "Kazak" carpets are not from Kazakhstan but are from an area in what is now Armenia. The word probably derives from the Russian for Cossack - originally Christian Russian and Ukrainian serfs who fled from feudal landlords, and who were noted for their brutality. The colours of older Caucasian carpets are mostly made from natural materials found in the respective tribal regions. FREE DELIVERY ON THIS RUG within UK mainland.
£383.50
Persian Bijar (Beige) (111700)
HANDMADE RUG - Very fine handmade Fine Persian Bijar Rug with superior traditional design and one of a kind.
£350.35
Old Persian Qashquai (115406)
HANDMADE RUG - The Qashqai are a tribal confederation, who shares similar dialects and heritage. The Qashqai are primarily descendants of the Turkmen and Ersari tribes, many are pastoral nomads who roam depending on the season moving from the Isfahan province to south of Shiraz,persia. The Qashqai weave several types of rugs. A characteristic product can be recognized by its all-wool construction, heavy ribbing on the reverse, strong deep colours (particularly the red), and the use of traditional motifs such as the 'Hashing' or crab. Typically, the designs are geometrical with a row of three of five medallions down the middle of the rug, or in the centre and corners. The whole field is generally covered with small geometric motifs. The Qashqai rugs average 70 to 170 knots per square inch. Traditional Qashqai rugs have all wool construction including wool wefts and warps.The Qashqai are famous also for their artefacts: horse blankets, saddlebags, ropes, etc. The products of other tribes, such as the Khamseh and Lori, are often confused with those of the Qashqai. FREE DELIVERY ON THIS RUG within UK mainland.
£586.95
Persian Bijar (99079b)
HANDMADE RUG - Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. What is most striking and interesting about this rug is that how much colour has been imbedded in and around the main tone of that rich red/crimson. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece. Basically based on red, the rug offers a vibrant contrast of beige, peach, black and blue to give it a dramatic beauty. The traditional Bijar design with flowery and leafy detail makes it look stunning. This is definitely a steal for its price. The rug will suit perfectly in any decoration and will provide a soothing, welcoming environment. It has been masterfully hand-woven in the best natural dyes.
£2,006.55
Fine old Persian Bijar (116003)
HANDMADE RUG - In perfect condition and nice pile. Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. What is most striking and interesting about this rug is that how much colour has been imbedded in and around the main tone of that rich red/crimson. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece.
£234.78
Persian Gabeh (242518)
HANDMADE RUG - GABBEH has extremely simple pattern and all have geometric pattern. Some newer GABEH have more details such as birds, and human in the pattern. The quality of GABBEH is excellent and they are among the most gorgeous carpets, warm underfoot and velvety feel.
£236.60
Persian Bijar (99080b)
HANDMADE RUG - Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. What is most striking and interesting about this rug is that how much colour has been imbedded in and around the main tone of that rich red/crimson. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece. Basically based on red, the rug offers a vibrant contrast of beige, peach, black and blue to give it a dramatic beauty. The traditional Bijar design with flowery and leafy detail makes it look stunning. This is definitely a steal for its price. The rug will suit perfectly in any decoration and will provide a soothing, welcoming environment. It has been masterfully hand-woven in the best natural dyes.
£1,597.05
Persian Bidjar (106845)
HANDMADE RUG - The Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. Sarouk commonly carry a regal European look. What is most striking and interesting about this rug is that how much colour has been imbedded in and around the main tone of that rich red/crimson. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece. Basically based on red, the rug offers a vibrant contrast of beige, peach, black and blue to give it a dramatic beauty. The traditional Bijar design with flowery and leafy detail makes it look stunning. This is definitely a steal for its price. The rug will suit perfectly in any decoration and will provide a soothing, welcoming environment. It has been masterfully hand-woven in the best natural dyes.Free delivery within UK mainland.
£321.10
Bijar (70bj1787)
HANDMADE RUG - Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece. The traditional Bijar design with flowery and leafy detail makes it look stunning. This is definitely a steal for its price. The rug will suit perfectly in any decoration and will provide a soothing, welcoming environment. It has been masterfully hand-woven in the best natural dyes.
£222.95
Persian Senneh (111260)
HANDMADE RUG - full field design similar to that of seneh and bijar
£386.75
Persian Bijar (Beige) (114908)
HANDMADE RUG - A peculiar weaving technique involving driving in an additional thick weft makes Bijar carpets extremely solid and hardwearing. The Designs are somewhat standardized: a Herati (Mahi) design with medallions, one inside the next, of red, blue and white. Sometimes an all-over Mahi design is seen. More originality was seen in old Bijar rugs, in those produced in the village of Shahndej and in the so-called 'Halvai' Bijar rugs
£259.35
Cottage Circle (wscot_manc_180)
This carpet or rug has a Cream,Manhattan,rosewood,Taupe,Ice Blue,Titan coloured pixel stripe design on a traditional tapestry type pile. It is extremely valuable and durable and It has been hand woven in India using Best Indian New Wool (Bikaner) ensuring a high quality, long lasting pile ,quality, designs and value for money. FREE DELIVERY ON THIS RUG within UK mainland.
£405
Persian Bijar (Red) (112401)
HANDMADE RUG - A peculiar weaving technique involving driving in an additional thick weft makes Bijar carpets extremely solid and hardwearing. The Designs are somewhat standardized: a Herati (Mahi) design with medallions, one inside the next, of red, blue and white. Sometimes an all-over Mahi design is seen.
£295.75
Persian Bijar (Red) (112982)
HANDMADE RUG - A peculiar weaving technique involving driving in an additional thick weft makes Bijar carpets extremely solid and hardwearing. The Designs are somewhat standardized: a Herati (Mahi) design with medallions, one inside the next, of red, blue and white. Sometimes an all-over Mahi design is seen.
£263.90
Bijar (70bj6190)
HANDMADE RUG - Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece. The traditional Bijar design with flowery and leafy detail makes it look stunning. This is definitely a steal for its price. The rug will suit perfectly in any decoration and will provide a soothing, welcoming environment. It has been masterfully hand-woven in the best natural dyes.
£141.05
Persian Bijar (115179)
HANDMADE RUG - Bijar Rugs are known for their painstakingly elaborate, visually in-depth weaves. They commonly feature this marvelous full colour bouquet of different floral images. The detail is quite astounding when considering the amount colour involved. Sarouk commonly carry a regal European look. What is most striking and interesting about this rug is that how much colour has been imbedded in and around the main tone of that rich red/crimson. This is a unique interpretation of a Bijar; this rug has the presence of a more oriental piece. Basically based on red, the rug offers a vibrant contrast of beige, peach, plum,white and blue to give it a dramatic beauty. The traditional Bijar design with flowery and dimond detail makes it look stunning. This is definitely a steal for its price. The rug will suit perfectly in any decoration and will provide a soothing, welcoming environment. It has been masterfully hand-woven in the best natural dyes.
£90.09

Eminently made floor coverings were delivered in the little workshops of Bijar (Bidjar) itself, the best of the territory measure mats being designated "Halvai." Many of the best old fashioned Bijar (Bidjar) mats, particularly the biggest classical rugs, have been charged by Westerners and the Persian honorability for the last a few hundred years. Unconstrained, unbalanced antique ancestral floor coverings were woven at the family level all through the encompassing farmland.  

Bijar rugs are mostly woven in the town of Bijar and its encompassing towns. Bijar is situated in the region of Kurdistan in the northwest of Iran. Bijar rugs are for the most part considered town rugs since they are woven in the town of Bijar itself and its encompassing towns, they are woven inside houses as opposed to workshops. Bijar floor coverings are generally distinguished by their weave, as opposed to the structure, since numerous different plans were utilized. Bijar weavers beat the weft strands against the rows of lines more than once until the point when the weave turns out suprisingly smaller. Subsequently, Bijar floor coverings are thick, substantial, and especially strong.Bijar rugs are regularly extremely solid and posses small knots, which makes them extremely tough and resilient. The name Bidjar indicates the importance of strength to many experts in the field.  
The most widely recognized example is the Herati (likewise called fish design), yet additionally emblems and flower themes occur. Bidjar floor coverings are produced in many sizes, from zaronim (150x100 cm) and bigger sizes. They have a calm style and fit in many situations. Their toughness makes the floor coverings entirely appropriate for open situations.  
Bijar (Bidjar) floor coverings are incredibly famous for their brilliant masterfulness, craftsmanship, and amazing material, and can be recognized by their overwhelming fleece establishment (cotton in twentieth-century rugs). The firm, overwhelming establishment that is in this manner made permits antique Bijar (Bidjar) floor coverings, known as "the iron mats of Persia," to withstand up to 200 years of substantial use.  
 
The area's weavers have changed numerous exemplary antique cover structures with their own translations. "Mina khani" and "Herati" Persian cover structures (both exceptionally point by point, by and large rehashes) and a precious stone formed emblem were much of the time utilized. A grapple like plan is found in many antique Bijar (Bidjar) mats at the vertical finishes of the emblem or as the pendant theme.

 
Adapted all over bloom and vinery themes are likewise found in the little Bijar (Bidjar) town pieces and bigger city covers alike. Two especially uncommon and prized cover plans are "Garrus" and "Guli Farang." The Garrus configuration typically utilizes a cobalt to midnight indigo blue field and a particular vast scale all-over example of split-arabesques and blooming vinery in the field, alongside a lace like, serpentine and cloudband rehash in the primary outskirt.  

The Guli Farang, interpreted as "Outside Flower" antique cover design is additionally an all-over rehash, that many accept to be an adapted portrayal of cabbage blooms or an English formal garden. In pieces woven before 1900, this theme ordinarily is performed against a dull blue or ivory ground.  

The different antique Bijar (Bidjar) floor covering shading palette, from delicate to emerald greens, a full scope of blues and yellows to blazing rich red, tomato or profound earthenware, shows the incredible ability of its dyers.  

The models woven by Kurdish ladies in the little encompassing towns show an extraordinary dimension of suddenness. Known as "Kurdish Bijar" to separate them from the more finely woven and formal "Bijar" (Bidjar) style, the best precedents utilize solid abrash, or tonal changes inside one shade, and at times radical changes in structure. They have the equivalent eminent fleece and shading range as the more finely woven city Bijars (Bidjar).  

The finish of a centuries-old weaving custom, the best Bijar antique carpets woven 1900 or before are excellent works of refined workmanship, yet they have inborn components in their structure and hue which are not found in some other city floor coverings. They are profoundly regarded by gatherers and floor covering devotees for their uniqueness, quality of development and extraordinary brightening sway. They are usually perfect with a wide scope of customary and contemporary styles.