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Mesbahi S. Pattern and Design in Amoo’oghli's Carpets. goljaam 2015; 11 (27) :99-112
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Amoo’oghli brothers are the founders and revivals of contemporary carpet weaving in Mashhad. Their carpets are very famous because of their unique and outstanding characteristics. This study introduces, examines and categorizes patterns and designs used in the field’s and on the borders’ of their various carpets, in addition to their most concurrent patterns, the mostly used structure in design, harmony of carpet parts, motifs etc. and also Amoo’oghli and Amoo’oghli 110 brands.

Designs of Amoo’oghli carpets are either adoptive, like Sheikh Saffi, Chelsi etc. or innovative, like Kouzeh Kannani. Both of them have been affected by original North-Eastern Iranian design and Harrat style.

This article also studies very precious carpets with high densities and delicate complicated motifs in amongst their products, at the same time with common carpets with large and even geometrical motifs, simpler designs and lower densities.

It also introduces some of designers who cooperated with Amoo’oghli brothers and played important roles in their fame, Taher Behzad Zadeh or San’atnegar, so to speak.

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Received: 2015/05/20 | Accepted: 2015/09/9 | Published: 2015/09/21

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