Nain Rug Valuation In Northern Ireland
We do valuation for all kinds of nain rugs in northern ireland area, our experts have more than 3 generations of experience in nain rug valuation. Trust the Rug Master

Service Description

Get a valuation for your rug for insurance purposes

Quality handmade Persian and oriental rugs are highly coveted and sort after luxury items of household furnishing. Not only aesthetically beautiful, but can last for generations, hold value and can sometimes even appreciate. The true value of a rug is dependant of several factors such as, quality, origin, design, demand and the density of the weave.

As one of the many services we offer, eRugs Direct can provide you a full and concise valuation service from one of our team of experts who between them proudly bode several decades of experience in the rug trade around the globe. Not only do we assess the current market value and replacement value of your rug but also a recommended valuation for insurance purposes. This service comes totally free of charge upon request.

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RugMaster rug valuation offers a variety of services in northern ireland, including
  • Rug valuation
    • For insurance and other purposes
    • Accurate description
    • Statement of origin
    • With your name on it

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Wherever you are, collection and delivery is free of charge!

We are based in London and our clients send us the rugs from all over United Kingdom, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland.

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More about rug valuation

What Increases a Rug Value? There are several factors to look for in valuing a rug.

Age: Greater age often increases the rugs value. It has to have good quality of wool, workmanship, dyes, and historical value. On the tribal pieces, some of the tribe no longer exist and their rug became earth treasurer left behind from that particular tribe.

KPSI, Knot Density: Knot Per Square Inch or RAJ: Higher knot density increases the quality and price of the handmade carpet. You can convert RAJ to KPSI by the following formula: [(RAJ/7) x2.54]^2=KPSI For example: 40 RAJ of Kashan equal to [(30/7) x2.54] ^2=118 KPSI

Consistent Weave: Along with the density, weaving of the traditional rugs are not consistent as like as machine made rugs.

Fibre: Along with the density, weaving of the traditional rugs are not consistent as like as machine made rugs.
The rugs made from wool are more valued than the rugs made from fibre.
The quality of the wool is also depending on the shade of the lambs wool. The first trim of the lambs wool are higher value than the second trim. It is also depending on the environment where lambs live.
Silk rugs are expensive, but delicate and require special cleaning.

Technique: The best handmade rug is better than the best machine-made rug, although there are very well-made rugs from both techniques at this point in time.

About Nain rugs

Nain rugs are often made in the areas surrounding the Nain town, not necessarily the town itself. Nain is a small town in the centre of Persia, very close to the famous city of Isfahan.

Nain utilize the Shah Abbas design and make use of flowing design such as flowers and tendrils. Nain rugs are constructed using the Persian knot and can be between 300 and 700 knots per inch.

The pile is usually very high quality wool, clipped short and silk is most usually used as highlighting for parts of the detailing in the design. Some pieces are made entirely of silk. Nowadays Nain itself only produces very fine 4 or 6 LAA quality.

Nain rugs that were once made for the Emperor of Persia can turn any home into a palace. These hand knotted carpets are most often made by wool, but can also be found in silk and cotton.