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Choosing Fabric

TEXTILE AND STONES

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SILK

For more than 2,000 years, silk thread produced in Iran has been used to make fabrics for clothing and to weave Persian carpets.
Today the process is controlled by electrical equipment, but much of the rest of the process is still done by hand.

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CARPETS

Carpet weaving is a traditional occupation and one of the main items of production and export for many centuries. Buying original carpets for your home, you get a 100% quality product. Iranian carpets are usually made of a mixture of wool, cotton and silk.

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MARBLE

Marble is mainly used to cover interiors inside and outside buildings, hallway floors, facade cladding and for sculptures. Marble has streak and fossils that give this stone its special beauty. Marble has chains called stylolites that can be seen in the texture of the stone like heartbeats. Due to the presence of impurities, this stone can be seen in shades from light to dark, such as: cream, red, brown, pink, black, mustard, green, etc.  

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TILES

Tile is a piece of artificial stone.  Tiles are terracotta and ceramic products that have a special meaning and are used in buildings such as bathrooms, toilets, kitchens, public toilets, etc.

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STONES AND ROCKS FOR BUILDINGS

The features of building stone include very high strength and durability and many factors.
The list below shows all common Iranian stones for use as building materials:

•  Granite                  •   Base stone

​•  Travertine               •  Guilt stone

•  Sandstone              •  Malou stone

•  Antique Stone       •  Limestone

•  Gabbro Stone        •  Quartzite

•  Diorite stone

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