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"Ricchi di spunti e suggerimenti decorativi, i vaghireh sono oggetti di grande fascino, il cui ruolo nella evoluzione della tessitura in Oriente è stato spesso molto importante."
Books
PERSIAN CARPETS
Editor Gholam Hossein Salemi, Tehran, Iran
Five Centuries of Carpet Weaving in KERMAN
Editor Gooya Tehran, Iran
InIn
Editor Gooya Tehran, Iran
SHAHSAVAN - An overview of the Hand-Woven Carpets by Shahsavan Nomads
Editor Gholam Hossein Salemi, Tehran Iran
L'Arte del tappeto d'Oriente KILIM.Tessuti piani d'Oriente
Electa 2007/2009
L'Arte del tappeto d'oriente
Electa, 2007
Electa, Milano 2009
TULU. Long-pile Rugs of Central Anatolia
Cato Editore, Turin, 1997
CHINA Antique Rugs of the Celestial Empire
Poligrafiche Bolis, Bergamo 1998
Tappeti d'Oriente
1988 - Istituto Geografico De Agostini
KILIM. Tappeti piani del Caucaso
Istituto Geografico De Agostini, Novara 1990
ORIENTTEPPICHE - Kaukasische Flachgewebe
Battenberg, Augsburg.
Splendeur des Tapis d'Orient
Atlas, Paris, France 1987
FIVE CENTURIES OF CARPETS WEAVING IN KERMAN
Edizioni del Capricorno, 2006
KERMAN. Cinque secoli di tappeti a Kerman
Edizioni del Capricorno, 2006
CAVALIERI D'ORIENTE. Horse and saddle covers
Leonardo- De Luca Editori, Roma 1991
SUMAKH. Tappeti piani a trama avvolta
Leonardo - De Luca Editori, Roma 1992
TIBET Rugs from the Roof of the World
Cato editore, 2000
SAMARKANDA. Carpets from the Silk Road
Tipografia Rumor Editrice. Vicenza 1995
ABC del tappeto orientale
Istituto Geografico De Agostini, Novara 1991
TAPPETI D'ANTIQUARIATO. X volume "Grande Enciclopedia dell'Antiquariato".
Istituto Geografico De Agostini, Novara 1989
VAGHIREH. Modelli per la tessitura dei tappeti
Karta Editrice, Firenze 1987
QASHQAI. Tappeti tribali persiani
Istituto Geografico De Agostini, Novara 1989
Shahsavan Jajim
Musumeci Editore, Quart (AO), 1998
FIVE CENTURIES OF CARPETS WEAVING IN KERMAN
Taher Sabahi - Edizioni del Capricorno, 2006
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130 pages over 100 photographs
Prezzo di copertina: 90
The name Kerman immediately brings to mind the splendour of spring, a flowery hodgepodge of differently-coloured wools knotted together to create flower-beds, trees, rose gardens. This is the miracle worked by skilled and patient weavers, for remote Kerman, already mentioned by Marco Polo in the 13th century for the quality of its yarn and the legendary abilities of the local rug-makers, lies at the edge of one of the world's most arid deserts. And yet its rugs are the most flowery of all the Orient, as though the master weavers wished to strike out the sad monochromy and desolation of the landscape around the town by creating rugs that are full of light, joyous colours and a thousand flowers and essences. Because of this feature that makes them unique, the rugs of Kerman are known and loved both in Persia and abroad, where they are often taken as being the symbol of the most traditional Persian production. Kerman is also a fine example of the evolutionary processes of the art of rug-making in Persia, thanks to the combination of a fortunate series of factors. During the Safavid era, the town saw many workshops flourish, involved in the production of large carpets decorated with a particular floral "vase" design, and knotted with uncommon materials and techniques; the same as are still used today. Signed and dated examples document the continuation of the textile tradition even during the dark centuries that followed the decadence of the Safavid empire, and on to the period of extraordinary richness between the 19th and 20th century.
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