Description & Technical information

Udjari is a village in NW Iran. It's reputation is due to large size carpets they produced at the turn of the century.
Iranian Azerbaïdjan comprehends the four Iranian provinces in the utmost upper Northwestern part of the country. At home, the Azeri speak Turkish although education is in Farsi. There are also minorities who speak their own languages.
Tabriz, Khoy, Heriz, Ardabil, Mianeh, Zandjan, Maraghe etc., are important weaving places but very many villages and hamlets produces great variety of kilims and rugs.

Date:  Around 1920
Period:  20th century
Origin:  Iran
Medium: warp and weft: wool, pile: wool
Dimensions: 565 x 200 cm (222²/₅ x 78⁷/₁₀ inches)
Categories: Textiles