Mrs. Bishop tells us that silk produced at Resht is brought to Kashan to be spun and dyed.
Hangings and covers of cloth patchwork have been embroidered in many parts of Persia, more particularly at Resht and Ispahan.
It is next returned to Resht to have the pile cut by the sharp instruments used for cutting the velvet pile.
Whenever I want to wear them, I 'll take them back again, but the Resht of the time they are yours.
Here our friendly bridle-path came to an end, and a muddy road lay before us, leading to Resht and the Caspian.