Volume 16, Issue 38 (2-2021)                   goljaam 2021, 16(38): 130-148 | Back to browse issues page

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چوپان س. The origin of the carpet depends on Savojbolagh: Features and how its design, color and patterns. goljaam 2021; 16 (38) : 7
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Patterns in Iranian art should be called message painting and expression painting, which sometimes manifests itself directly and sometimes in symbolic language. One of the places of expression and emergence of symbols in Iran is the "carpet". In addition to the traditional and local aspects, these patterns and expressions can express the creative mind influenced by the environment around the carpet weaver. According to researchers, although little is known about Kurdish weaving before the nineteenth century, many garden officials and flower carpets from the 17th to 18th centuries identified northwestern Iran as Kurdish. In every general book of carpets, there are two well-known and famous types of "Saneh" and "Bijar", but these two can not be considered the most Kurdish carpets left because at least two other types of Kurdish carpets, called "Mosul" (In Iraqi Kurdistan) and "Savojbolagh" have ceased to exist and be produced in the category of contemporary Kurdish carpets. The purpose of this study is to retrieve the history, introduce the location, and location of the carpet attributed to Savojbolagh in the Mokrian region, northwestern Iran. For this purpose, the authors try to recover the position of the carpets attributed to "Savojbolagh" with a descriptive-analytical method and with the aim of development, and its qualitative data as documents. The result contained the following findings: Savojbolagh carpets were not produced before the First World War and for reasons we are unaware of, and this type can be considered the best carpet, with natural plant colors and a moderate price in the market of that time. Traces of these carpets are often found in the collections of European countries. Due to the lack of introduction of this type of carpet in Iran and the importance and necessity of reviving and addressing it or even recovering such designs and colors, for carpet weavers, it can lead to the continuation of the production of such exquisite carpets.
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Received: 2021/06/16 | Accepted: 2022/02/8 | Published: 2022/03/14

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