Story Behind the Art: Famous for their technical quality and elaborate design, Kerman rugs originated in its namesake city of Kerman in south-eastern Iran. Kerman has been a celebrated center of workshop weaving since the Safavid era (1501-1732). A typical pattern for Kerman rugs and rugs is a floral or architectural theme in the main border with a central medallion in the field. Other patterns range from Shah Abbasi medallion-and-corner, garden, vase, tree of life, hunting and animals to all-over boteh, all-over floral and stripes. The most recognized Kerman rug design is the vase or boteh rug pattern, which consists of an all-over pattern of vases or boteh strewn all over the rug against a background of floral motifs and palmettes. Kerman rugs are noted for their finesse of weave, delicate designs and an unparalleled range of colors. It takes over a year to make a Kerman rug and usually anywhere from 15-30 colors are used per rug.
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