(Persia Digest) – Weaving termeh is the local art of Yazd, Kerman, and Isfahan in Iran. It flourished in the Islamic period, alongside other progresses made in the textiles industry of Iran, including brocade and velvet weaving in the Safavid era. As the Silk Road passed along the edge of the central Kavir desert in Iran where the above cities are located, trading was carried out here from ancient times, the most important of which were fabrics and textiles. Click here to view the photos of this news.

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