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Bayat; tissage de tapis

Bayat; tissage de tapis

kilim-dokuma

Le kilim, mot d’origine turque, est un tapis dépourvu de velours car il est brodé au lieu d’être noué. Le kilim est fabriqué dans diverses villes d’Anatolie et d’Iran.

Son nom, qui provient du persan gelim, sert à désigner un tapis de laine à point plat qu’on trouve principalement au Proche-Orient, dans le Caucase ainsi qu’en Asie centrale et qui a vu le jour il y a près de 10 000 ans comme l’attestent de nombreux vestiges.

Ils représentent à la fois la mémoire et l’identité des peuples sédentaires, nomades et semi-nomades qui les tissent. Chaque tribu et chaque village possède son propre style : couleurs chatoyantes ou sobres, décors complexes ou épurés suivant les régions. Leurs motifs constituent une forme d’écriture symbolique héritée des anciennes croyances chamanistes.

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