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Volume 11, Issue 27 (9-2015)                   goljaam 2015, 11(27): 77-97 | Back to browse issues page

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Abdi S, Bassam S J E, Mirzaei A. Analysis of Design and Pattern of Contemporary Village Carpets of Ahar. goljaam. 2015; 11 (27) :77-97
URL: http://goljaam.icsa.ir/article-1-206-en.html
1- MA Student of Carpet Design Islamic Art University of Tabriz
2- Assistant Professor Institute of Technical and Vocational Higher Education
3- Faculty Member and PhD Candidate for Islamic Art Tabriz Islamic Art University
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Ahar is one of the carpet weaving regions in Eastern Azerbaijan. This paper is to document the designs of carpets of this area. Data is collected through surveying, using methods of observation and interviewing weavers, merchants and scholars. Six ‌carpet designs of six villages of this area including Qunigh, Cheshme Vazan, Qurchi Kandy, Haj Abedin Mazre'eh, Kaghalagh and Kalhur are studied and analyzed. The composition found in village carpets of Ahar is rectilinear medallion-spandrel. The carpets follow a pattern and design, which have some similarities, since the villages are in a same vicinity. But they not only differ in general design, but also they are different in some motifs. At the end, the elements of the design; i.e. medallion, pendant, spandrel and borders of these six carpets are compared.

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Received: 2015/04/21 | Accepted: 2015/09/15 | Published: 2015/09/21

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