Hafta series event

Hafta is a narrative of the heritage of Iranians, which tries to provide the experience of seeing, getting to know, buying and using the works and symbols of art, culture and life patterns of Iranian peoples in a centralized collection and in compliance with international standards.

2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24

Rashtizadeh rug collection in Milad Tower Gallery Museum

Among the Iranian hand-woven carpets, Qom silk hand-woven carpet has a special place in its design and pattern, coloring and quality, and in the meantime, Rashtizadeh rug is one of the pioneers and masters of this noble art. Rashtizadeh rug was founded in 1939 by Master Ali Tajer Rashti (Rashtizadeh) and after his death, his only son, Mohammad Reza, on the one hand, continuously tried to preserve his father's precious heritage.And on the other hand, by creating modern rugs, he opened a new window of persian handwoven carpet art for the world. The first Hafta collection will be opened in a space of more than 3000 square meters at the end of October this year with the participation of reputable handwoven carpet brands and the presence of prominent artists of the country in Tehran's Milad Tower, and Rashtizadeh rug will also have a special presence in this event.

Date : 2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24 Hour : - Creator : IranGuereh
2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24
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number of visits : 60
Creator : IranGuereh

Moharamat Beteh Rug

Moharamat Beteh Rug as a museum rug, the Rashtizadeh rug collection is being displayed in the Milad Tower museum section. rugs whose text is divided into several parts from the width and longitudinal strips are placed throughout the text of the rug and motifs with different colors are repeated along the length of the rug are known as Moharamat designs. The old cloth sellers called the colorful striped cloths, Moharamat designs date back to the Achaemenid and Sassanid periods, and striped designs along with abstract motifs can be seen in pre-Islamic pottery and fabrics. In this rug, the patterns of bent bates are repeated in the longitudinal direction of the lines of taboos. All the fibers used in this rug are natural and dyed with vegetable dyes in a natural way.

Date : 2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24 Hour : - Creator : IranGuereh
2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24
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number of visits : 60
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Heaven's door rug

Darb Behesht rug as a modern style rug of Rashtizadeh rug collection is being displayed in Milad Tower Gallery. Darb Behesht rug, along with flowers and various decorative designs, evokes the beauty and grandeur of the door of heaven, which opens to the eternal gardens. Darb Behesht rug has depicted an allegory of heaven in a glorious and vivid way, which causes separation from the material world and leads a person to the depths of dreams. One of the distinctive features of Darb Behesht rug is the artistic combination of 12 colors in this map, which has created a special harmony and homogeneity in the whole work.This map is adapted from the fabric design of the Italian artist named Emilio Pucci and was designed and created for the first time in the world with creativity and innovation in the form of a silk handwoven carpet as a collection of modern rugs in the Rashtizadeh rug workshop. All the fibers used in this rug are natural and dyed with vegetable dyes in a natural way.

Date : 2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24 Hour : - Creator : IranGuereh
2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24
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number of visits : 60
Creator : IranGuereh

Kume Ismaiel Khan Rug

 Kume Ismaiel Khan Rug as a classical style rug, the Rashtizadeh rug collection is being displayed in Milad Tower Gallery. The designs in which the motifs used include shrubs, bushes, animals and birds and are reminiscent of the forest are known as forest designs. Because in this rug, a collection of shrubs, flowers, and small and large leaves on all 4 sides of the background of the rug is in the form of a mound, and because the first designer of it was a person named Ismaiel Khan, the name The native of this map is known as Kume Ismaiel Khan. All the fibers used in this rug are natural and dyed with vegetable dyes in a natural way.

Date : 2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24 Hour : - Creator : IranGuereh
2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24
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number of visits : 60
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Antler rug (todshak)

Antler rug (Tudshak) as a classical style rug of Rashtizadeh rug collection is currently on display at Milad Tower Gallery. A pattern in which a pattern is regularly repeated throughout the rug in both longitudinal and transverse directions is known as a transversal pattern. In this rug, Eslimi motifs and Shah Abbasi flowers are repeated throughout the field. Since the slime motifs are designed like the winding horns of a deer, this pattern is known as the horns of a deer. The origin of this design goes back to Todashk Nayin region, which was created by a designer artist in the combination of Eslimi motifs and Shah Abbasi flowers in the form of a coherent and beautiful design. All the fibers used in this rug are natural and dyed with vegetable dyes in a natural way.

Date : 2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24 Hour : - Creator : IranGuereh
2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24
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number of visits : 60
Creator : IranGuereh

Haris simple medalion-corner rug

Haris rug as a classic style rug of Rashtizadeh rug collection is being displayed in Milad Tower Gallery.Medalion-corner is one of the oldest designs of Iranian rugs, which is designed on two axes of symmetry and includes a circular medalion in the center of the rug and four corner at the corners of the rug. The origin of this design goes back to Iranian flower gardens and is a symbol of garden and paradise. The origin of Haris's plain turban lath design is derived from Haris rug weaving area of ​​Tabriz, which, while the designer has preserved the originality of the pattern, with the creative combination of simplified motifs of decorative flowers and leaves and the proportion of 3 main colors, yellow, red and Blue has created a beautiful effect of the Harris design. All the fibers used in this rug are natural and dyed with vegetable dyes in a natural way.

Date : 2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24 Hour : - Creator : IranGuereh
2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24
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number of visits : 60
Creator : IranGuereh

Eight feather star Rug

eight-feather star rug as a classic style rug of Rashtizadeh rug collection is being displayed in Milad Tower Gallery. A pattern in which a pattern is regularly repeated throughout the rug in both longitudinal and transverse directions is known as a transversal pattern. In this rug, the pattern of the eight-pointed star is repeated throughout the text. The eight-feather star motif is one of the most original motifs in Iranian art, whose roots can be seen abundantly in the inscriptions of the fifth and sixth centuries.The shape of the star eight is filled with the rotation of two intertwined squares, which is an evolved form of a circle and later a star and is a symbol of the sun, and the number eight has been considered the symbolic number of the sun all over the world since ancient times. By using the simple symbol of the eight-feather star and its artistic combination with decorative flowers and leaves, the designer of this pattern has been able to invent and create a beautiful and different effect of the eight-feather star pattern in the art of rug weaving. All the fibers used in this rug are natural and dyed with vegetable dyes in a natural way.

Date : 2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24 Hour : - Creator : IranGuereh
2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24
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number of visits : 60
Creator : IranGuereh

Passage Rug

Passage rug as a modern style rug of Rashtizadeh rug collection is being displayed in Milad Tower Gallery. Passageway rug is taken from the beautiful paintings on the wall by the Austrian painter Gustav Klimt, which was designed and created with creativity and innovation for the first time in the world in the form of a silk handwoven carpet as a collection of modern rug in the Rashtizadeh rug workshop. Inspired by the symbolic motifs of Klimt's paintings, the designer has managed to move the eye around the angles of lines, designs and colors, and with the beautiful combination of motifs and natural colors, the mood of Klimt's paintings can be displayed in this rug. All the fibers used in this rug are dyed with vegetable dyes in a natural way.

Date : 2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24 Hour : - Creator : IranGuereh
2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24
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number of visits : 60
Creator : IranGuereh

Sunflower Rug

The sunflower rug as a classic style rug of the Rashtizadeh rug collection is being displayed in Milad Tower Gallery. A design in which a pattern is regularly repeated throughout the rug in both longitudinal and transverse directions is known as a transversal pattern. In this rug, the pattern of the sunflower flower is repeated throughout the text. The sunflower is a symbol of the sun god, praise and worship. This pattern is one of the most original and exclusive patterns of the Rashtizadeh rug workshop, which represents the Rashtizadeh rug brand due to the innovation of the work, the originality of the design and pattern, the harmony of color and the quality of the texture. All the fibers used in this rug are natural and dyed with vegetable dyes in a natural way.

Date : 2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24 Hour : - Creator : IranGuereh
2020/09/14 | 1399/06/24
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number of visits : 60
Creator : IranGuereh