Dyeing in Iran and Iranian market  part 2

Dyeing in Iran and Iranian market part 2

Iranian influences such as architecture and pottery in Iranian market, especially textiles, are common in the countries of the near and far-reaching of Iranian market, Byzantine rule throughout the middle ages. In the following centuries, in the period of Al Boyeh and then Seljuqis, the existence of textile dyeing workshops was referred to as industrial and manufacturing workshops in many Iranian markets in Iran cities such as Yazd, Kashan and Isfahan. In addition to the weavers, these workshops had a permanent presence in the colors of the paintings, and they used their experience and skill in these dyeing.

Iranian market's fame in coloring and obtaining color values, especially in the fields of book publishing and mannatur is well known and it has also reached the boundary that was built with the expansion of a prominent arts school such as the Herat School of Persians as painters for strengthen Iranian market’s influence and value.
Claviche writes in his travelogue of the journal and says: "As its name implies, the fabric has a role, and it is used in strings of gold or cotton yarns." It was woven with knitted woven cloths and its grace and glory represented the wealth of the Sultans and the Frohmanovs out of Iranian market. It was not only the Sultan who was wearing these pretty clothes, but sometimes also as a coat of arms to others, who was the officer and the color of the fabrics and tools of work Weavers and their rights were called the gods of Terras which had come from Iranian market.
About the beauty and elegance of the paintings and miniatures of the Herat School, which was later transferred to Tabriz and then to Isfahan to make Iranian market expanded, it has been said that the designers and painters of these arts transferred the designs of the admirable manatov to Shiraz, and despite of the precision and elegance they had In these designs, they could not be considered, regardless of the colors they choose, which is the result and the masterpiece of the efforts of the artists who are obscure dyeing in Iranian market. The luminous and unmatched colors of the maniacs were mainly derived from inorganic colors known from colorful mineral compounds such as worms, brooches, lazuli, and others, which were used in conjunction with violet to illustrate the dignity of the Maniators, but the colors of the carpet were made using plants and natural colors in Iranian market. The skill gained by the professors of the dyeing industry reached a degree that gradually brought other arts and crafts under the contract of Rhonas, Nile, Spurk and Walnut skin of Anarro saffron, and other plant colors that were known to mankind many years ago by Iranian artists out of Iranian market. It has been found that anywhere else the world Iranian colors could not be imitated just like them out of Iranian market.
For obvious reasons, the most important of which was job and social insecurity, craftsmen, including Renrangers, they were trying to hide the work of the clerk out of Iranian market. Perhaps this is why we today have little hint about their method of work, and less of their name and value from Iranian market.
An English scientist Helcote, who lived in the sixteenth century, said to one of his countrymen: "In Iranian market, you will see carpets of rough wool on the sides with cotton roots." These carpets are the finest and most beautiful colors of the world's finest colors. You have to go to these countries and you have to resort them to a variety of things to help people learn how to make carpets like they are made in Iranian market (cream). Because they are painted so that rain and vinegar and wine do not affect their color, because you learned about it from science, you will find the secrets of it and you can use it to paint the carpet and ensure its continuity just from the Iranian experts who are in Iranian markets. Because the color in the rough strings is fixed, it's definitely more consistent in narrow strings of textiles, but you should know the colors and dyeing materials and their cost in order to match in among Iranian experts in Iranian market.
Shardin also praised the textile and velvet and silk products of Kashan in his travelogue: "The dyeing industry in Iranian market has been developed and developed more than Europe, because its colors are more transparent and more relative, and not too damageable. The pride of this fan is more than the art of the Ayrananian industry out of Iranian market. It depends on the characteristics of the weather and climate of that country, because the dry and smooth environment of this land brings a special shine to the colors, as well as the elements used in painting and dyeing are flowers or red soil and rhinos (Opoponax), and these two elements are abundant in Iranian market. Red pepper, which is given from Europe, and Japanese yogurt and Indian Nile from India, are also used in addition to the material of plants. Many herbs and medicinal herbs of the same country, the gum and fruits of fruit trees such as pomegranate walnuts and The Lemon and Azure Extract, which we have made from Azores, comes from the neighboring Iran of Uzbekistan, but Iran is the general reservoir.

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