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Isfahan Silk Warp

305x206 cm
Cork wool with pure silk Unique Knotted by hand

This Isfahan carpet is a piece of the most traditional handicraft. It has been made by hand with the most beautiful patterns. In fact, Isfahan carpets are known to count to the finest Persian carpets. This one has been knotted in Isfahan, which is famous of being the most beautiful city in Iran. The carpet is an exceptionally piece of art.

£8,497 incl. Tax

Specifications

Carpet ID: 21797100103986 Size: 305x206 cm Thickness: ap. 6 mm Knot density: 1 000 000 / m² Manufacturing: Knotted by hand Warp: Silk Condition/Conservation Perfect Origin: Iran / Persia Pile: Cork wool with silk Age: Old/Semi antique, over 50 years Weight: ap. 19.00 kg In stock: Unique


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Iran/Persia, Isfahan

Rugs from this city belong to the probably most valuable hand-knotted Persian rugs worldwide. Very fine Isfahan rugs come from the studios of world-renowned master knotters who achieve a knot density of more than a million knots per square meter. To own an Isfahan means to have a Persian rug of the highest knotting skill. The design of these rugs is mostly inspired by the impressive mosques and squares of the city bearing the same name.


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Care & Fair

Following our ethical principles, we at Nain Trading are declared supporters of the organization CARE & FAIR. The goal is joint action by carpet dealers worldwide to give children from carpet weaver families in India and Pakistan the foundation for socially protected growing up. This improves the situation for the whole family in the long term. A child-friendly childhood for a life worth living - that is the mission.

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Cork wool with pure silk

Pure silk is probably one of the most luxurious natural materials. Its combination of fineness and robustness is unbeaten among textile fibres. Cork wool is sheep's wool from the neck area of the sheep. Wool is a natural material that brings important positive properties to everyday life. It is extremely hard-wearing and easily withstands daily stress. With proper care, it can also last for many decades without showing signs of aging. Cork wool is particularly soft and shiny because it has a higher natural fat content. Therefore, it is usually only used in high-quality rugs.

(95% Cork wool, 5% Silk)

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Knotted by hand

Traditionally hand-knotted rugs still form the highest quality standard among all types of rugs. Depending on the type of knot, the rugs are extremely robust and can last for generations. The finer and tighter a rug is knotted, the more detailed ornaments and patterns can be depicted on the pile. At the same time, a very fine oriental rug requires a much higher manual effort as well as a higher level of experience and skill of the knotter. Thus the knot density also serves as a decisive value factor of hand-knotted rugs. The quality is not directly related to the knot density. A rather coarse rug may well have been made in excellent quality. "

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Since 1998, we deliver handmade oriental rugs and carpets of highest quality to you – in over 50 countries worldwide. Sitting in the historic Speicherstadt of Hamburg we benefit from a pool of strong expertise around oriental rugs. That’s exactly what we love to pass on to you when making you happy with our hand-crafted products.

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Unlike most carpet dealers, Nain Trading has its own production in Iran. This is important for guaranteeing not only an extraordinary high quality but also a sustainable production of our carpets and rugs.

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