This synthetic colour-fast dye was not established for use on wool rugs and carpets until the twentieth century and traditional techniques use vegetable dyes. [dt_gap height="20"] [dt_gap height="40"] CHROME DYE: A colour-fast synthetic dye established in the twentieth century and used to dye wool. Before chemical dyes were developed, natural veggie dyes [...]
Typically vibrantly coloured extremely stylized geometric designs CAUCASIAN Rugs are from the Caucasus mountain region between the Black and Caspian seas,
made use of in Iran, India, Turkey, Egypt and China. The AYSMMETRICAL KNOT (OR PERSIAN OR SENNEH KNOT is formed when one warp strand has yarn passed under its neighbour then bought back to the surface.
The "Iron rugs of Iran" are from Bijar. the rugs are traditionally woven by Kurdish weavers with an incredible originality and variation in the designs created.
AKSTAFA is a tribal rug design portraying a stick figure bird with remarkable long tail feathers.