Nain Teppich and Carpet

Nain Teppich are versatile, durable and always stylish. They are made up of a layout and a design which in general includes one or a number of motifs. Nain Teppich are typically designed using one of three patterns: all-over, central medallion and one-sided. They are both beautiful and sought after, however many people and collectors of fine Nain Teppich are not able to find the selection that are looking for in their local area. They are popular in the well-designed homes of today, keeping rug prices on an upward trend. Nain Teppich are the world’s “gold standard” of rug making, copied by other countries, but not equaled. They are durable art for the floor. Persian Rugs are made through a procedure called weaving, which can last for months and even years if they are handmade products. Persian Rugs are known as one of the oldest oriental rugs:

They add charm and sophistication to every room they adorn, whether knotted with pile or woven without. Nain Teppich have enchanted their admirers for thousands of years, and have universal appeal due to their elaborate designs and use throughout history. Nain Teppich have a fascinating history to them, and the fact that they were possessed by Eastern royalty in ancient times is evident in their elaborate stylishness and extravagant designs. They are well known for their high quality and they are produced by a unique blend of domestic and international interests and thus were able to conquer international markets as well. Persian rugs were originally made in Egypt over four thousand years ago and have grown into a commodity around the world.

Persian rug design can be described in terms of the manner in which the field of the rug is organized. They are closely associated with those from Khorasan, Kordestan, Hamedan and Azarbaijan. Each square becomes a knot, which allows for an accurate rendition of even the most complex design. For the more elaborate curvilinear designs, the patterns are carefully drawn to scale in the proper colours on graph paper. There are a number of patterns which are found in Persian and Oriental rugs called ‘motifs’, these designs have different meanings and tend to be used depending on the area the rug was woven although it is not unusual to find more than one motif in a single rug. Nain Teppich are typically designed using one of three patterns: all-over, central medallion and one-sided.

Artists would create the carpet designs, and the best designs would be woven by the best weavers in the empire. Rugs are named for their designs, tribes, or locations of origin. The more complex the design, such as using curvilinear instead of geometric lines, the higher the rug’s price. The shapes and overall pattern of these rugs is geometric, although in many cases the rug design tells a story or depicts a special event.