What is Sermeh?
Sermah is one of the decorative stitches and is one of the original arts dating back 2500 to 3000 years in Iran.
This original and beautiful art, in the beginning, all its materials were handmade and made of gold and silver, but over time, due to the high cost of these materials, rising costs and costs, the raw materials were changed.
In the past, this sewing was used to decorate clothes, luxurious hall curtains, sleeves, dress collars and scarves, bedspreads, etc., but today, its use has expanded and added to its decorative aspects.
Sermeh (metal tapestry) is made of gold and silver fibers that are twisted and springed and is used due to its special brilliance. It has reached its peak and is now produced with fibers in exchange for gold and silver, and for this reason it is widely used by the common people, and in the past it was used for clothing, flags, and covering the tombs and curtains of the house of God.
Embroidered embroidery Sewing various types of metal tapestry sermeh (metal tapestry) made of gold and silver fibers that are spun and sprung on Termeh fabric.
The golden and silver fibers of Sermeh are considered by Iranian and foreign art lovers due to their special luster.
Embroidered tapestry with silver and gold pieces in the form of hollow wire has been common since the Achaemenid and Sassanid eras and reached its peak during the Safavid period and is now made with gold and silver exchange fibers.
It is used by the common people and in the past it has been used for clothes, flags and covering the tombs and curtains of the house of God.