The city of Naeen began its rugs production in the mid 50’s. They average is about 64 knots per cm2. The knots are thin with curvilinear designs with extreme detail. With wool and cotton, these articles sometimes present the contours in silk for a light effect.
They usually feature a well-crafted central medallion with floral arrangements. The predominant colors are blue and ivory, and red and green may still appear, however, with some rarity. The central medallion is surrounded by floral motifs, throughout the field of carpet.
The colors that predominate in these rugs are not randomized. The blue represents the sky and the ivory represents the sand of the desert. The flowers are representative of the stars, with each flower arrangement of its size, indicating the magnitude of the Universe. The silk used in the arrangements and details gives light to the stars. The color contrasts (dark / light) of these rugs symbolize the constant struggle between light and darkness (good and evil).
These rugs are considered as luxury editions of Oriental rugs.