Termeh is a kind of precious woven fabric of very delicate fibers that is one of the exquisite Iranian textile handicrafts.
The cashmere is woven in a wide variety of designs in different parts of Iran, and the cashmere of Isfahan and Yazd is very famous. The yarns are dyed with herbal colors and natural artificial materials, and most of the irregular, red, green, orange and black dyes. Some of the diverse roles of cashmere weaving include beetle, Shah Abbasi flowers, beetles of Kharaqa, Deysi Horn, Amiri, striped (confidentiality), beetle Survey and almond beetle. [1]


Maintenance
Basically, the cashmere fabric has a relative relative resistance due to its unique texture, and due to its high density of its pastes, it is more likely to be more prolonged than the rest of the fabric. However, light and moisture are the largest factors of cashmere color; Because its black parts are more sensitive to light and heat than the rest of the other parts and easily absorb them. Willow is also one of the enemies of cashmere, and as the woolen fabrics are protected from fading, the cashmere should be kept, the most common of which is the use of naphthalene. Since the cashmere is usually associated with the lining and fabrics, the cashmere washing with the water damages the crop and on the other hand the high temperature of the water and the chemicals in the detergent can also be traumatic; So the only way to wash the cashmere is to wash.

History
The beginning of cashmere in Iran reaches the early Safavid period, with some believe that the primary birthplace of Central Asian heart and the Kashmir Heights. Some also believe that the cashmere texture started from Iran and then went to Kashmir. What can be said about this very delicate fabric is that the tastes and tastes of the Iranians are unique in the elegance of the texture, gender and imaginative designs in the world. This art achieved its peak of prosperity and evolution during the reign of King Abbas Safavi, which became known as one of Iran's export products. [1]
In the past, cashmere roles were created by finger, but today the four -way device (used for traditional textile and textile) is used today. The cashmere has been booming in Iran since the early Safavid era, but is now being obsolete, and there are only cashmere workshops in Isfahan and Yazd and (in the Department of Traditional Arts of the Cultural Heritage Organization). [6]