Carpet: Iran

Khorasan  Rugs


In south of Birjand, in a village called "Mur", weave carpets with Persian knots on cotton wrap and woof in various sizes, to 1.5 zar, or 2 zar and small or big quadrangular and quadriforms in 2.5x2, as well as large carpets.

The tasteful weavers of this village, using a little white silk or turquoise around the images of design grant an air of outstanding and pleasant to their carpets, their most favorable design is jumble fish or Herati, which repeatedly could be seen on their carpets.

Birjand and Mur weavers in most cases decorate their carpets with round 16-cornered medallions and this way, they change somehow the monotony of repeating fish images.

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