Country of origin: Persia
Mahal: A name which is probably derived from the village of Mahallat in the Arak region. The term is also frequently referred to carpets from this region that have a medium weave and knot count, are woven on cotton foundation, are double wefted and use the Persian knot. Although these rugs are of average quality, please remember that the design and color combination are more important than knot count in terms of how much a rug is worth. Current trends among interior designers for carpets with all over patterns and soft colors have recently boosted the price of Mahals. Very soft and lustrous wool is frequently used. Circa 1890. evenly worn.
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