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Persian motifs

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Persian motifs


Persia (Iran) has an ancient tradition of its own design of motifs. These special and unique motifs are used, among others, in the Persian carpet and rug designs and traditional Persian attire.

These motifs have a rich history and the Persian language has an extensive terminology concerning the design and sorts of these motifs.

Persian Silk Brocade. Paisley Left and Right(Bote Jeghe), (Persian Paisley)
Persian Silk Brocade. Toranj, Medallion, Torange
The Fish (Mahi) with Shah Abbasi Flower

List of Motifs and Designs


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