Pateh Pateh ( or پته in Farsi) is the Persian traditional embroidery art or needlework. It originated in and is largely associated with Kerman province in Iran, where it is produced mainly by women. A wide piece of wool fabric (named Ariz) is needled with colored thread. Popular designs of Pateh include Paisley (also known as Boteh …
Tapestries are Precious art of Persian handmade carpets and/or needleworks (Pateh), which are suitable for wall-hanging, and table decoration.
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