Kilim carpets are characterized by their modern design and vivid colors. In ancient times, these articles were used for various purposes such as storage bags, protection in tents against cold and heat, blankets, blankets for cribs, etc.
Currently, and although the designs have undergone some evolutions, these still are used in bags, belts, cushions, backpacks, among other utensils.
There are Kilim of varying origins, however, Persis displays only those produced in the city of Shiraz, in Iran, or those of Afghanistan.
Kilim carpets, with the meaning of “double face”, unlike the other Oriental rugs, can be used on both sides. Instead of knots, the producers of these articles loops between the warp, allowing knots not to be visible on either side of the article.
Still within the range of Kilim, Persis also presents the hand embroidered rugs: Somak and Sirjan.
Produced in silk or wool, these rugs are made in Iran with the guarantee and origin stamp.