Bidjar
A characteristic color of the bright sky blue. In addition, Mauve, a purple hue, which only exist in Bidjartæpperne. Kurdish Mountain delivers the tough and strong wool attached to the Turkish knot, "ghiordis". Warp and weft thread is usually the cotton. The carpets produced in the following sizes:
Bidjar Zandjan: (about 350,000 kn/m2) 40x60, 110x75, 150x90, 80x200, 115x175, 85x300, 85x400, 140x220, 170x240, 300x200, 200x200, 200x250, 250x300, 350x250, 300x400 cm.
Bidjar Tekab, Bukan: (about 500,000 kn/m2) 75x110, 95x150, 115x170, 135x215, 160x245, 200x200, 250x200, 300x250, 200x300, 250x350, 400x300, 85x400, 85x300 & 80x200 cm.
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Bidjar Zandjan
Bidjar Zandjan
Bidjar Zandjan
Bidjar Fine Tekab, Bukan
Bidjar Fine Tekab, Bukan
Bidjar Fine Tekab, Bukan

Bidjar is the name of a small Kurdish villages in the Northwest Iran. It is simultaneously also the name of one of the most durable, rustic (in relation to luvens thickness) and most of all tætknyttede the Persian carpet types. link density varies between 300,000 two 500,000 knots per m2. It is simply not possible to obtain a larger size node density in the wool of this powerful quality. Knotters ability to knock Focal rows firmly together until the curtain is compact as an oak planks, is admirable. Looking Nor Never a Bidjartæppe how old it might be, which is worn down during normal use. Some of the best Bidjartæpper have names like Gerus and Afshar (villages) and Halvai (pattern), it usually occurring pattern is "herati" - a large, curved blade shape. The patterns are hexagonal, usually with a large medallion in the center, surrounded by 2 other hexagons. There could also occur "all-over pattern, ie a" herati "- pattern without midtermedaljon. Gone are decorated with rosettes and flowers. After French order began in the mid-1800s to produce Rose Bidjar, also called "Gulle Farang". As the name suggests the main reason big red roses. Bidjartæpperne offers a wealth of deep, strong colors, which highlights the powerful pattern. A characteristic color is the bright sky blue. In addition, Mauve, a purple nuance that exists only in Bidjartæpperne. Kurdish Mountain deliver the tough and strong wool attached to the Turkish knot "ghiordis". Warp and weft thread is like regular cotton. Blankets produced in the following sizes:

Bidjar Zandjan:
(about 350,000 kn/m2) 40x60, 110x75, 150x90, 80x200, 115x175, 85x300, 85x400, 140x220, 170x240, 300x200, 200x200, 200x250, 250x300, 350x250, 300x400 cm.
Bidjar Tekab, Bukan: (about 500,000 kn/m2) 75x110, 95x150, 115x170, 135x215, 160x245, 200x200, 250x200, 300x250, 200x300, 250x350, 400x300, 85x400, 85x300 & 80x200 cm.