Carpets named for the town of Bidjar in Northwestern Iran are typically of fine, double or triple wefted construction and are woven by the Kurds who inhabit the many villages in the surrounding region. Bidjar carpets of the 19th and early 20th century are celebrated as some of the finest and most beautiful and durable carpets of their time. Their designs are curvilinear, arabesque and flowery and the dyes and wool are lustrous
Bidjar Kilims are, along with Senneh, among the most desirable of Oriental flatweaves. Often in stunning vegetal dyed colors, their construction is typically slit weave tapestry technique.