Nain carpets

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Nain carpets are very densely knotted carpets. Nain (Naein) is a city in Central Iran located east of Isfahan. Nain rug production is relative new here and began in the 20th century. Nain designs are not native local designs but Isfahan designs with new colors inspired by the desert. Light colors used in Nain carpets are signs of sun and sand.

A signed oversize Nain palace carpet, Persia. A classical medallion design on a red field surrounded by a wide main border on an ivory field. Made on special order. Second half 20th century. 1137 x 782 cm. Est. 8000-10.000.- Euro
Lot 868. SEMI-ANTIQUE NAIN PART SILK. 248,5 x 172 cm. Estimate 1,927 – 2,141 EUR
Nain rug, Persia. All over design. C. 950.000 kn. pr. sqm. Outlines with silk pile. C. 1960. 247 x 155 cm. Est. 1400.- Euro.
A Toodesh Nain rug, Persia. Medallion design on a red field of rosettes and palmettes, knotted with kork wool. Crca 680.000 kn. pr. sqm. 154 x 100 cm. Estimate 900-1100 EUR.

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