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Rahmani A, Ashoori M T. A Study of Weaving Techniques in Fars Tribes Woven Artifacts. goljaam 2007; 2 (4 and 5) :75-86
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2- Faculty Member of Tehran University of Arts
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This study examines weaving techniques in three rare samples of Ghashghaei tribe hand-woven artifacts. Two first samples, “Shishe dermeh baafi” and “O’ei baafi” (2 laaye baafi) we found similarities and differences in the weaving structures, which are: Similarities: Both are hand-woven products woven through flat weaving, having two opposite colours warp and woof. Differences: “Shishe dermeh baafi” is one layered while “O’ei baafi” is a two layered woven object. In warp and woof structure of “Shishe dermeh baafi” , the face side strings are evenly dark and the opposite side strings are bright, while in “O’ei baafi” the strings are dark and bright alternately. “Vaarune chin baafi” is the third type of weaving which was examined. This type of weaving is similar to “Rond baffi” ( Verni Baafi) but the patterns are much more.
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Received: 2018/02/23 | Accepted: 2018/02/23 | Published: 2018/02/23

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