Termeh Quilted Textile has originally known as a sort of hand weaved colourful textile with special patterns mainly Persian Paisley which was originated in Yazd.
Traditionally, the cloth was hand-woven using natural silk and wool fibre. Weaving Termeh is a sensitive, careful and time-consuming work such that a good weaver could produce only 25-30 centimetres in a day.
Although nowadays they are not 100% handmade, a good quality Termeh can be woven maximum of 100cm due to limited sewing machines for weaving Termeh.
Some of the main Termeh designs are Checked pattern, Stripped pattern, Atabaki pattern and Zomorrodi pattern.
The number of colours used is a very important factor representing how much labour was used for a piece as the number of colours increases the piece is priced dramatically higher.
|Size||Legnth: 100 cm Width: 100 cm|
|Material||Rayon, Cotton and Wool Fibre|
|Usage||Luxury Tablecloth , Furniture Cloth, Persian Gift|
|Originate||Made in Yazd / Persia (Iran)|