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Bidjar is a town in Persian Kurdistan located in north-west Persia
. The Bidjar name is also used to describe rugs
produced in the many villages in the surrounding vicinity. The Bidjar is noted as being the stiffest carpet made; they are very heavy in relation to their size, and very thick and durable. All of the knots are symmetrical and the rows are beaten down during the weaving process producing a dense compact fabric. Given their thickness and construction Bidjar rugs can be difficult to fold. The many designs depict the Kurdish influence of the area and often floral and classical geometric motifs are employed as well as the use of large, whimsical medallion designs. The color palate is rich and jewel toned making the Bidjar a highly desirable rug sought after by designers.
Bidjar rugs, produced in Northwest Iran are among the finest of Persian rugs by virtue of their design and technique. They cannot be identified readily by their patterns, for their repertoire is quite rich and varied. They are distinguished by primarily by their weave, which is perhaps the densest and most durable of all oriental rugs. Bijar carpets were produced in a classical medallion format as well as in allover designs and pictorial or garden patterns. The quality of their wool is lustrous and soft, the drawing at times classically precise or wildly tribal. Some are attributable to Kurdish weavers living in the Bijar region.
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26 Rugs Found in Bidjar Rugs
This charming antique sampler created in Bidjar circa 1880 depicts an assortment of border motifs and minor guardbands enclosing a series of polychromatic shrubs.
Wagireh's or sampler's are becoming a new collecting field.
This comprehensive antique Persian Bidjar wagireh displays a rare assortment of border, field and guardband designs that offer a wealth of stylistic possibilities.
Embodying a rustic village style, this antique Persian carpet sampler displays a marvelous collection of border and field designs punctuated by ornamental birds.
Antique Bidjar rugs from Northern Persia boast a distinction that no other style of antique rug may boast: they are among the densest and tightly woven of all Oriental carpets. This fetching Bidjar features the traditional weave, and a traditional design.
From the warm, robust colors to the sophisticated northwestern designs, this handsome antique Persian Bidjar carpet embodies the best traits of this regional style.
Truly exceptional antique Kurdish rug that features elegantly ornate stylized floral patterns woven in richly vibrant colors to magnificent effect.
This wonderfully sumptuously luxurious Bidjar carpet features abstract nature designs surrounding a central medallion and subtly contrasting floral borders.
This intriguing antique Kurdish Bidjar rug, with its pleasing patina and traditional treatment of tribal elements of design, represents the Kurdish approach to rug composition.
This lush antique Oriental Bijar long rug from Persia has a complex Herati pattern rendered within a lively, spontaneous drawing.
This fetching antique Bidjar rug from Persia possesses a deep beauty, its deep blue background effectively highlighting the floral detail work.
Flower chains and ornate garlands connect this all-over pattern and variation of traditional Bidjar rose designs.
Woven in a formal style, this outstanding Bijar carpet features a repeating vase pattern woven in a stunning red and indigo color scheme.
Woven in Bijar, this carpet features an archetypal rose pattern in an elegant all-over composition.
This astonishing antique Bidjar rug is notable for its extraordinarily detailed field, the rich, geometric pattern of which gorgeously frames a stunning central medallion.
Arching saz leaves, Shah Abbasi palmettes and lush carnation blossoms adorn this stunning Persian Bidjar rug, forming an allover arabesque full of classic details.
This comely antique Persian Bidjar carpet features a splendid allover Mahi pattern with ruby-red tones and rose-blossom borders that have a queenly appearance.
While its design is Serab in style, the tight, expert weave of this lovely antique runner shows that it is Bijar.
Stacked medallions and Herati-leaf patterns are tastefully combined in this sophisticated runner from Bidjar.
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