The Persian carpet is an essential part of Persian art and culture. To look at it, is to gaze into a world of artistic magnificence nurtured Carpet weaving is undoubtedly one of the most distinguished manifestations of Persian culture and art, and dates back to ancient Persia.
To trace the history of the Persian carpet is to follow a path of cultural growth of one of the greatest civilizations the world. The Pazirik with designs extracted from Persepolis, having been discovered, was clarified as a carpet whose designer had wished to demonstrate the Iranian glory and honor through its designs. Of course, somehow, it can be guessed the history of carpet weaving in Iran dates back to 3000 years before, because the Pazirik is 2500 years of age, which displays the evolving course of carpet weaving in Iran.
A Persian Rug has a wide variety of designs and styles, in bright colors, images of flowers, birds or other patterns that are mainly designs by the carpet weaver.