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Nain-307 x 205 cm

Nain Handmade Hand Knotted Persian Wool Rug.

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Description

Rug no.: 101328

Style: Nain 

Province: Isfahan 

Made in: Iran 

Foundation: Cotton 

Pile: Wool 

Colors: Dark Blue, Ivory, Light Brown, Blue, Cream (Refer to the Pictures) 

Size in cm:307 x  205

Shape: Rectangle 

Age: 8 years old 

Condition: Excellent (No Fade, No Stain, Unused, Undamaged) 

Kpsi: 120-475 (knots per square inch) 

Woven: Hand Knotted 

Shipping & Handling: Free Shipping Australia 

Where is NAIN? 

NAIN is a small town about 150 km east of ISFAHAN, in the great desert in central Iran. Carpet production is new in NAIN in comparison with cities such as YAZD, ISFAHAN, KASHAN and SHIRAZ. NAIN was a center of fine textiles before WWII, but shifted to manufacturing carpets and rugs after the war. The majority of carpets and rugs produced in NAIN are exported all around the world. 

NAIN Rug: 

NAIN rugs and carpets have curvilinear patterns. They are among the best in the world. The unique characteristic of NAIN rugs and carpets is their single medallion set in a blue or ivory background. 

NAIN carpets come in different sizes, but the majority of them are mid-size (4 x 6 to 8 x 10 feet). You can also find large rugs up to 10 x 18 feet. 

Ivory and light and dark blue are the main colors. 

Texture: Soft wool; thin, tight pile. 

Foundation: Warp is mostly cotton; weft is either silk or wool. 

Guide to Nain Rugs and Carpets 

Nain as a weaving center only dates back to the 1920. At first it was one of the areas that produced Isfahan carpets. Then beginning in the 1930s it developed its own identity for very fine precise workshop carpets on a cotton foundation. As much as anything it was a result of some extraordinary workshops. 

Knots: Weavers in NAIN use Persian knots. Persian rug experts use a different measurement called LAA (Farsi word [Official language in IRAN]) exclusively to define the quality of NAIN rugs. LAA means layers and refers to the number of threads forming each fringe at the end of a NAIN rug.

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Rug no.: 101328

Style: Nain 

Province: Isfahan 

Made in: Iran 

Foundation: Cotton 

Pile: Wool 

Colors: Dark Blue, Ivory, Light Brown, Blue, Cream (Refer to the Pictures) 

Size in cm:307 x  205

Shape: Rectangle 

Age: 8 years old 

Condition: Excellent (No Fade, No Stain, Unused, Undamaged) 

Kpsi: 120-475 (knots per square inch) 

Woven: Hand Knotted 

Shipping & Handling: Free Shipping Australia 

Where is NAIN? 

NAIN is a small town about 150 km east of ISFAHAN, in the great desert in central Iran. Carpet production is new in NAIN in comparison with cities such as YAZD, ISFAHAN, KASHAN and SHIRAZ. NAIN was a center of fine textiles before WWII, but shifted to manufacturing carpets and rugs after the war. The majority of carpets and rugs produced in NAIN are exported all around the world. 

NAIN Rug: 

NAIN rugs and carpets have curvilinear patterns. They are among the best in the world. The unique characteristic of NAIN rugs and carpets is their single medallion set in a blue or ivory background. 

NAIN carpets come in different sizes, but the majority of them are mid-size (4 x 6 to 8 x 10 feet). You can also find large rugs up to 10 x 18 feet. 

Ivory and light and dark blue are the main colors. 

Texture: Soft wool; thin, tight pile. 

Foundation: Warp is mostly cotton; weft is either silk or wool. 

Guide to Nain Rugs and Carpets 

Nain as a weaving center only dates back to the 1920. At first it was one of the areas that produced Isfahan carpets. Then beginning in the 1930s it developed its own identity for very fine precise workshop carpets on a cotton foundation. As much as anything it was a result of some extraordinary workshops. 

Knots: Weavers in NAIN use Persian knots. Persian rug experts use a different measurement called LAA (Farsi word [Official language in IRAN]) exclusively to define the quality of NAIN rugs. LAA means layers and refers to the number of threads forming each fringe at the end of a NAIN rug.