Rare Isfahan made like a 6-Lah Nain rug by Nain weavers in Isfahan...
If there has been ever a way to showcase the close relationship between the Nain and Isfahan rug producing cultures, here it is. This Isfahan rug is one of two pieces that we stumbled across in Isfahan that were actually made by Nain rug weavers who work in the workshop in Isfahan and were allowed to weave an Isfahan rug in the same manner as the high end 6-Lah Nain rugs.
Instead of the standard silk foundation and weave of the high quality Isfahan rugs, this piece was woven in exactly the same manner as the fine Nain rugs but with a classic Isfahan design. If you are familiar with the Nain rugs, you will notice that the fringes are classical for Nain rugs and while the Nain rugs tend to be a bit thinner and lighter, this piece feels like an Isfahan when you hold it in your hands. This is such a unique find that I showcase this piece in the video below if you view this page in full view.
If you own or are interested in the Isfahan Persian rugs, please watch this video in which I showcase rare examples of Isfahan rugs that were woven to by Nain weavers in Isfahan.
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