The design of the Baharestan carpet mouse pad is inspired by the original Baharestan carpet (meaning the spring carpet) It was a historical object commissioned by Sasanian king Khosrow Anoushirvan, which was made for the main audience hall of the Sassanid dynastic imperial Palace at Ctesiphon, in the province of Khvârvarân .
The Baharestan Carpet was 140 m long and 27 m wide. Woven of silk, gold, silver, and rare stones, the carpet depicted a splendid garden akin to Paradise In 637 CE with occupation of Iranian capital, Ctesiphon, the Baharestan carpet was taken by the Arabs, cut into small fragments and divided among the victorious soldiers as booty.
According to historians, the famous Tāqdis throne was also covered with 30 special Baharestan carpets representing the 30 days of the month and four other carpets representing the four seasons of a year.
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