Persian Namad Bag
A combination of felt, fine leather, and hand Needlework is distinctive. Its roomy interior can easily hold a full day’s essentials. Can be worn as a shoulder bag or held on the elbow or even as a handbag.
Namad Bag is a traditional Iranian handwoven carpet made from felted wool. “Namad” refers to the process of felting wool, which involves matting or pressing fibers together to create a dense, sturdy material. The term “bag” refers to a carpet or rug in Persian.
Namad Bags are known for their durability and insulation properties. They are typically made by compressing layers of wool fibers together using heat, moisture, and pressure. This process creates a thick, dense material that is then shaped into a carpet.
Traditionally, Namad Bags are decorated with intricate designs and patterns using natural dyes. They often feature geometric motifs, floral patterns, or animal motifs. The colors used in the designs are typically derived from natural sources such as plants, minerals, or insects.
Namad Bags have been used in Iranian households for centuries, both as functional floor coverings and decorative items. They are particularly popular in rural areas and nomadic communities, where their thick, insulating properties make them ideal for protecting against cold weather.
*Bags may look slightly different as each of them is uniquely designed.
Persian Namad Bag Details:
- Size: 40 x38cm approximately
- Interior: lining and one slip pocket
- Material: A combination of felt, fine leather, and hand Needlework
- 100% Handmade
- Closes with button closure
- Features two-layered leather handles
- Weight: 400 grams
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