Rugs that we define as City Rugs, are designed and produced in bigger Iranian Cities and are known for their fine knotting and elaborated details. City rugs as Moud, Sarough or Nain are known for motifs like curved medaillons, delicate floral motifs and a comparatively low pile that can be imply subtle silk. The wool used for city rugs consists of a high and pure standard. Often these rugs have up to 250 000 knots per squaremeter. Unlike the rugs produced by nomads, City Rugs often have a precise design and colour palette to follow.