Persian Ardebil – Geomatric – N1438
ID : N1438
Size: 192 x140 cm
Colour Tone: D.Blue – D.Blue
Material: Wool on Cotton
The city of Ardebil is also the capital in the province with the same name and is situated in the north of Iran close by the Caspian Sea. To one who is knowledgeable in carpets this name maybe draws the thoughts to the famous Ardebil carpet in Victoria and Albert Museum in London. This carpet is manufactured in Keshan, but was placed in the mosque in Ardebil and eventually sold to raise money for repairing the mosque.
The carpets manufactured in Ardebil are inspired by Caucasian patterns such as Shirvan, Karabagh and Gendje. The later carpets are desirable collector’s item. Ardebil carpets are thin but with well done geometrical motifs. Nowadays, a large part of the production consists of runners of good quality and are also sold under the name Ardabil.