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Mahal rugs

Mahal rugs

The name “Mahal” derives from a village known as Mahallat in the Arak region of Iran.
The sophisticated and quirky design of Mahal rugs is what separates them from the rest. They are highly decorative when it comes to aesthetic appeal.
Mahal rugs can be found in the Herati style, which is the “diamond and curling leaf” pattern, or the Harshang, which features a stylized dragon and flower blossom motif. They may also showcase the Mina Khani, known as a “repeated flower head” design, or an interesting blend of all three motifs.
Typically, Persian Mahal rugs will have these patterns woven into the entirety of the rug in rich earth tones and muted colors.

At Frances Lee Jasper Oriental rugs the needs of our customers are our #1 priority. We understand how important it is to find the perfect oriental rug. Make your selections and search our showroom … it’s that simple. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or visit our historic location to see these items in person.

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