Bidjar is a small Kurdish city located in the East Iran. It was here, were the first manually weaved Kurdish rugs were created which Firstly conquered Kurdish villages and later flooded the rest of the continent, knocking on bigger and bigger number of door
What distinguishes the Bidjar Kurdish rugs is above all their amazing solidity – and this is the main feature which is underline by the mavens of rugs. To produce such a rug, the weavers use a heavy comb made of wood and metal. They beat the knots with it, Thanks to which the bristle is stiff. The surface of a rug is homogenous, dense and hard. It may seem that these are wrong features but they Prevent from any kind of dirt such as mud or sand. The rugs are chiefly made with the application of the Turkish patterns using the colour of red and beige.
To come across such a Kurdish rug, it is not necessary to come to Kurdistan since have poured on the whole world as birds. The rugs produced by the Kurds gained appreciation of many people primarily due to their solidity. People were amazed by a rug which not only looks nicely on the Floor in the hall but is also very solid One can do whatever She or he wants on it and it will still look the same. It is enough to brush it or to vacuum to make the rug look like a new one.
The Kurdish rugs are produced in different sizes, there is no rule. Both very small rugs which fit into every hall and the big ones which are appropriate to an enormous living room. Every handy- weaved Bidjar gives huge impression of cosiness. It is perfect for the public places, the small cosy apartments. It fits practically to every place it appears in.