Ardebil is a town in Northwestern Iran, formerly in Azerbaijan, near the major carpet center of Tabriz. A famous example of an antique Ardebil carpet can be found in the Victoria & Albert Museum, another in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Both are inscribed and were woven on silk warps in the mid 16th century, possibly for use in the shrine dedicated to the Sufi Sheikh Safi. Currently Ardebil remains a weaving center with designs similar to Caucasian carpets and symmetric knotting styles most typically on cotton warps.
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