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Bijar lies in a valley about kilometres Northwest of Hamedan. It is surrounded by vine yards and orchards and looking for womentoinght in bijar that reddish hills vagga boomgaardstraat.

In the fifteenth century Bijar looking for womentoinght in bijar a village the property of Shah Ismail, the first Safavi monarch. Bijar suffered the most during World War I compared to the towns of Western Iran, which were fought over and occupied. First it was occupied by Russians, who were friendly but took as much grain as they could find. Then the Turks occupied it.

The population was subjected to Turkish retribution for alleged co-operation with the Russians. They took what little food was left for them. They tore down their houses and terrorised the people. Then there was the famine of For many months people were dying at the rate of a day.

There were hardly any carpets woven there between the two wars. In the middle twenties the industry began slowly to revive. About 20 years later there were about looms in operation and out-put of about pieces a year. Bijar production sunk again.

Many of these tribes weave double wefted fabrics, like Looking for womentoinght in bijar. It is possible that one of these chiefs wanted a large solidly built carpet for his castle. They probably achieved this by ordering the carpet to be woven nackt biutiful black girs nude Turkish Knot, woollen warps and two woollen wefts. If this is so the rest inevitably looking for womentoinght in bijar. The result is a tough and dense carpet.

Bijar weavers use an instrument like an iron nail about 30 centimetres long as well as the heavy comb that is commonly used in order to beat the woollen wefts in to place. They bring it down hard upon the weft at close intervals. Carpet weaving in Bijar is a cottage industry. Previously the looms were very primitive; with the beams being bent or uneven which explains the fact that Bijars are so often crooked. The use of woollen warps contributes greatly to this fact.

Wool is elastic and difficult to lay with an even tension and a warp in which the tension is uneven will produce a crooked carpet. In the past sixty years they have started using cotton for warp and for thin weft, but for thick weft wool is being used. Bijar does not have a large variety of designs and are mainly rectilinear. Formerly a design was associated looking for womentoinght in bijar a particular village. About fifty years ago the introduction of scale-paper patterns has simplified distribution further.

The most common design is the Herati with a centre medallion and no corner pieces. The Bijars use very good dyes and wool. The Bijar carpet occupies a special place in the estimation of the world, like Senneh it is a unique fabric, There is non like it in Iran or anywhere else in the world. Search Our Site:. Learn more about our Home Service. Bijar Bijar lies in a valley about kilometres Northwest of Hamedan.

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