I have a question. Are your Persian nain rugs hand made? What would a 5'5" x 8' Nain cost?
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Hello and thanks for contacting,
Actually we do not sell rugs,
we simply help educate buyers. Generally speaking, hand knotted "Nain
rugs" vary greatly in price.
Partly the reason for this is many sellers improperly advertise rugs as "Nain", although they may more appropriately be called "Tabas" rugs
or other. These often are significantly lower grade in regards to wool, knot density and sometimes are much more succeptable to color run. Other technicalities play heavily with Nain rugs, such as the cord count in the foundation and at times, authentic signatures.
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Forum! Membership and use is free, and there's some good people there.
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- Rug Rag
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