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This city, during the reign of the Safavids, has been one of the important centers of carpet-weaving of Iran that even today its carpets partly remind one of the quality of weavings of those times. The weavers of this region use asymmetrical knots and carpet measurements of this region include 1 x 1.5 m to 5 x 8 m. Its silk-flower carpets are usually woven on silk wrap and their designs are influenced by historical monuments such as Ali-Qapu palace, Chehel-Sotoon palace and Sheikh-Lotfollah mosque. Designs common in this region include Lachak Ttorang (quarter medallion) Derakhti Heyvandar (with tree and animal designs),, Lachak Torang Eslimi (arboreal quarter medallion), Shah Abassi Afshan (dischivelling) and visage and view designs.



The civic type of this carpet is famous in the history of carpet weaving in Iran. At present, this city, using excellent wool, handspun silk, delicate weaving and purity and persistence of natural dyes,, and interesting broken branch designs attracts to itself the attention and admiration of every bewilderer.





In this city, carpets influenced by Isfahan and Qom designs with rather long piles and compacted weaving along with live and shining colors are woven.






This city is situated on the road between Isfahan and Yazd, and on the border of the central desert of Iran. In this  region, delicate and high quality carpets with unique pecularities are woven. Such pecularities include : Emphasis of dyers on using cold colors. In Naein small cushin carpets to very big ones are woven. Wrap and weft of such carpets are from cotton and the piles from wool and silk. In this region, carpets with delicacy of up to 6400 knots/dm2 to 14000  knots/dm2 are woven.





From the design vewpoint, the carpets of this region resemble those of Ifsahan however, they are less fine from the point of view of weaving. Almost any size of carpets are woven in this city and its carpets, like those of Naein have a lesser width compared with carpets from other cities.