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Qum Silk

241x158 cm
Pure silk Unique Knotted by hand

This Qum (also called: Qom) carpet is pure luxury for your home. It consist of natural silk from the city Qum, which is known to possess the highest grade silk in Persia. Its astonishing ornaments made from silk are going to impress without any doubt. The silk reveals new colours and details depending on the angle of how light is reflected. This carpet is a unique piece of art, which you wouldn't want to miss anymore.

Retail price: NZ$47,880
NZ$26,144 incl. Tax


Carpet ID: 67246007078952 Size: 241x158 cm Thickness: ap. 3 mm Knot density: 1 000 000 / m² Manufacturing: Knotted by hand Warp: Silk Origin: Persia / Iran Pile: Silk Age: New Weight: ap. 8.00 kg In stock: Unique - Only 1 in stock

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Persian Rug

This carpet comes from Iran (formerly Persia) and as a Persian rug enjoys probably the highest reputation among all hand-knotted rug types. No other region looks back on such a long tradition in rug making as Iran. Thus, the probably finest and most elaborate rugs originate here. The robustness, durability and quality of the Persian knot are still unsurpassed today. Persian rugs are usually named after their region of origin. For instance, a Nain, a Ghom as well as an Isfahan carpet comes from the city of the same name in Iran.

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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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Pure silk

Pure silk is probably one of the most luxurious natural materials. Its combination of fineness and robustness is unbeaten among textile fibres. Even today, silk is an expression of high luxury. The caterpillar of the silk moth butterfly produces silk when building its cocoon. This natural silk is then elaborately extracted by hand and woven into fibres. Silk possesses an unmistakable shine that is noticeable from afar. Depending on the simplicity of the light, it varies into beautiful facets. At the same time, pure silk is extraordinarily soft, crease-resistant and heat-insulating.

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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