In the 19th century the first carpet was sent to other countries

Iran has for centuries been accustomed to the art of carpet weaving. Generation oral texture secret as ancient treasures are preserved left. Time (13th century or 14th) that the Mongols Iran had mastered the industry's heyday.

With the passage of the Iranian empires took on a new carpet motif. Sometimes it was suppressed by the government, sometimes as Ivy was intertwined with the roots of ancient Persia. Then came the turn of the 19th century.

Finally, in the 19th century the first works of art were sent to other countries. Exports generally exquisite weavings that were significant in the current Tabriz. These carpets were more friendly because the layout of the aristocratic European species were considered.

Over time, this art more lucrative appeared after America, Britain and Germany were in Tabriz carpet weaving workshop. The export of this product gradually came out of Iranian hands. This growth was continued until the First World War. But then again the art of war was subject to political top down.

The oldest carpet in our hands now to 1949 Myladyst Pazyryk discovered in the area and the same name is known. Over time Iranian carpet skilled workers to other countries and training courses built. To date the Iranian and the first letter of rhythmic tension knots in color among other nations, attack.