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108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran

108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran
108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran
108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran
108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran
108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran

Pateh is an Iranian traditional needlework folk art. It originated in the Kerman province, where it is produced by women. A wide piece of wool fabric (ariz) is needle worked with coloured thread.

Pateh needlework is done in silk and with flourish paisley pattern; popular designs include the cypress tree and the sun, both traditional pre-Islamic Persian symbols

Kerman shawls had great value and were often retained as capital. In times of poverty, they were used as currency

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Information

a. Origin Kerman, Iran
b. Estimated Age Late 19th century
c. Craft (Embroidery etc) Embroidery
d. Size (mention cm/inches) 110 x 190 cm
e. Condition Report Very good
f. Damage & Shortcomings None
g. Item Location (Country) Greece
Seller Name Michael
Seller's Email ID mailto:michaelbeste05@gmail.com
108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran
108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran
108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran
108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran
108-048 Embroidery from Kerman, Iran