Dyeing in Iran and Iranian market  part 1

Dyeing in Iran and Iranian market part 1

Wool, hair and any animal fiber have found a special place in spinning and weaving in Iranian market. In some areas such as Egypt and Mesopotamia, hot and humid weather has had more flax and cotton, and some pieces of woven cloth in the empire and princes of the Egyptian governorate, near to somewhere in the 6,000-7,000 years was over. Some of the findings of Egypt, then Anatolia and Mesopotamia dating back to the Neolithic Age, which that date named on the sixth millennium BC. Fabrics that have simple texture with delicate yarns are often painted and the colors used are generally were plant colors.

In some parts of the Mediterranean Sea, which was probably inhabited, the traces of the tufts, ropes, felt and tufts are mostly found in blue. There is a piece of a thick cloth related to the second millennium BC; probably belonging to the holy tomb (temple) and it is yellow. In the region where this fabric was found (on the coast of Egypt), a number of linen and woven fabrics were obtained, indicating that the region was commercially available.
As it was said, spinning cycles in the Ilam region, known to the west of Iran in the fifth millennium BC, of knitting and some of its products, came into existence in this region about two thousand years ago out of Iranian market. Textile can be found in the areas under the influence of the Sumerians and Assyrians in Iranian market, and in particular the texture of colored fabrics in Babylon. The discovery of a copper rod that is a spinning tool in the hills of Damghan shows the capacity of Iranian market during that time. From the persistence of spinning and knitting in Iran and Iranian market in the second millennium BC, the news of the revival of the culture of the ethnic groups of Iranians and the increase of the authority of the Medes and the fact that they were relatives of herders and livestock It makes it possible to justify the use of wool and animal fibers in that period in Iranian market. The following documents show that the rulers of the Medes, along with gaining authority and increasing the luxuries and magnificence of their courts, used clothes for expensive fabrics and Ornament also increased the form of ornamentation of maternity court suits both at the same time and in the next government which one of them is the attention of Parsah. They are imitated out of Iranian market.
The extensive Achaemenid empire not only used the industries and products of the world under its domination in the luxuries and furnishings of its court and capital, but also, by supporting the professions and industries, the production of many commodities, and in particular of various types of fabrics, And Achaemenid commanders were more likely to be colored with purple ornament from sea shellfish and had world renown for Iranian market. Pazirik's carpet, which around 1945 discovered by Russian professor Rudenko in the gorge of one of the Scythian empires in the Altay valley on the border of Mongolia, Siberia, is a predominantly archaeologist's pamphlet, which is due to its absolute resemblance to the designs of the Iranian Achaemenid era out of Iranian market and to Most likely, this carpet is woven in Paris or elsewhere under the cultural and political domination of Iran and Iranian market.
The existence of this carpet, which is a workshop framed and designed with a precise texture and structure out of Iranian market, not only affirms the existence of a broad-based carpet weaving industry, but also the presence of advanced textile industries. The colors used in this carpet, which are ultimately beautiful and coherent, speak of the existence of dyeing centers that used plants colors or common colors such as purple sepals, etc. which used to be applied in Iranian market.
After the fall of the Achaemenid rule, Alexander succeeded in expanding Greek culture, including garments and Greek lifestyle, into Iran and Iranian market. Although the few sculptures and remnants of that period are the prevalence of this culture, especially hinged dresses with simple, clear Greek colors, in less than a century, the Sassanid wines of the Iranian identity and Iranian culture out of Iranian market have had the boundaries by Iranian experts in not only Iranian market but also in global market.
In the Sassanid period, the creation of caravan routes, the abundance of means of transport, and the creation of stations and caravansaries led to the expansion of various products, such as glass making and fabrication of machinery, especially wool and silk textiles, as well as Iran's dominance in the routes of commercial vehicles imported from the necessary silk Made for textile in Iranian market.
In spite of Iranian markets’ and Iran's period of inertia , in the early Islamic era, the continuation of fabric and carpet production was well felt in less than a hundred years since the magnificent Khartoum of the late Caliphs, especially the Abbasid, inherited the arts, skills and experience of the Sassanid flourishing industries out of Iranian market. The formal dresses and silk curtains were very popular, such as the great carpets of Jahrom. Warps of Harir and Parand in Isfahan, Tabarestan and Neyshabur is a good example for this industry in Iranian market. Excellencies Kerman and Diba and silk carpets of Shushtar are well known as well that even is unique in the middle ages, along with that the Iranian name traveled out of Iranian market to the whole world. In all these years, carpets were hand-woven, either as spoils or as gifts from the thirty Iranian cities in the courtyard of the Caliphs and Arab rulers.


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