The bead edge of a handmade carpet is a natural extension of the warp, which is part of the overall structure of the carpet.
And this requires great patience and care from the craftsman, and a few months and a few years,
A beautiful Persian rug can be born, which is different from the kind of carpet that is produced in batches.
The craftsman who is engaged in this work can be said to be Tong-Zi-Gong.
The earliest even before the school age began to learn to compile,
It takes at least two decades of tempering to master the weaving skills of Persian carpets. Of course, the height of such high-end art is naturally different from that of ordinary carpets.
Just like vintage wines, the longer the carpet, the higher the value.
And if you take care of it properly, a genuine Persian rug has a service life of at least 100 years. The longer the time, the higher the value! The traditional Persian carpets are mostly rectangular in shape, of course, if you want to take the "high" route,
The size and material are different, and the price will rise.
The basic Persian rugs are made of natural natural materials such as natural wool, silk and cotton.
So there is no need to worry about harmful substances in the human body.
And if a Persian rug that claims to be authentic, there are some pungent smells that can’t be said,
Then regardless of the price, please resolutely turn around and go away.
Because you are a liar! Persian rugs are also graded, and the first-class Persian rugs are often found in Isfahan, Tabriz, and Coom.
The number of knotted yarns per unit area is the main criterion for measuring the quality of carpets. The more knotted, the more delicate and fine the carpet.
The density of Persian carpets is calculated as the number of knots per square meter and represents the number of knots per 10 cm in the warp and weft directions.
There are many reasons for the unequal density of warp and weft, and the main factors depend on the warp and weft, the ratio of the thickness of the pile yarn and the way of knitting.
The weft of the Iranian carpet is also divided into thick and fine weft. In some places, the carpet is double weft, but some carpets are single weft. The knot density of the carpet is only one of the criteria for judging whether it is a good quality. The color matching is also an option to add points to the carpet.
In general, the weft of the Persian carpet is usually dyed in camel or the same color as the large background of the carpet.
The advantage of dyeing the weft yarn is that the weft line exposed on the back of the carpet is not obvious.
Moreover, the color of the weft is similar to or the same as the background color of the carpet, which makes the back of the carpet flat. Most of the materials used for dyeing are crops grown in local farmland or in mountainous areas, because some plants have strong regional characteristics.
Therefore, the unique color produced is not mimicked by other carpets, and the richer the color on the carpet, the higher the value.
You may not be able to believe that on the exhibit-grade carpet, the color is as high as 200 kinds, and the other woven carpet dyeing process is several times in minutes.
Of course, this is due to the dyeing process that has been passed down from generation to generation by Persian carpet craftsmen. If you are lucky enough to participate,
They will find that they regard this process as an artistic creation rather than a mechanized work.
As mentioned above, there are no two Persian carpets in the world, which may be one of the secrets that craftsmen can keep their creative passion.
Because every carpet is a new piece of art. In the era of the increasingly popular indoor soft decoration, in the model rooms of high-end commercial houses and villas in some first-tier metropolises in China,
Designers have also begun to focus on the use of carpets, so hand-crafted carpets have good business prospects in China.