Nain carpet are popular for woolen rugs and some families concentrate on making carpets with extremely finely knotted pile and intricate designs.being very close to Isfahan it is influenced by its neighbour.
The colours are Light ivory,beige,dark and light blues,white and shades of soft green.The carpets are made from the best wool,silk and cotton.Carpets from the families of Habibian and Jandak are always of the highest quality and make good investment
Nain is a small village located in central Iran that has relatively recently become a renowned center for carpet weaving. Production began here in the 1930’s.
Nain carpet are not as old as many of the traditional Persian rugs, they retain their value in terms of construction. These rugs are often grandiose in scale, many exceeding 25 feet in length. They are also exquisite in design due to their use of silk in weaving both the foundation and fine pile of many rugs from the area.
Though located not far from Isfahan, Nain was not involved in rug production until the period between the two world wars. Though it started late, Nain rapidly achieved prominence for the production of rugs in the classical tradition of nearby Isfahan, generally with medallion designs. But with knot counts of more than 800 per square inch, Nain rugs soon became almost legendary for their exceptional fineness.
Nain carpet is almost always of rather soft wool, although they make distinctive use of ivory silk to outline the various forms of the design.
Iranian Nain rugs are created in Iran in the town of Nain or in nearby areas. Style and design of the Nains is heavily influenced by the Isfahan weavers, but they are easily distinguishable by the colors used. Elegant and understated, the Persian Nain rug is highly desirable and a testament to the craftsmanship of the area.