Taj Mahal 3 Ivory - 5'3" x 7'9" (160cm x 235cm)
This is a Mahal rug, sometimes known as Mahallat rug, named after the city of Mahallat, Iran, where these rugs are usually hand knotted. These antique style oriental rugs are famous for their large scale patterns and casual feel. Mahal rugs tend to incorporate patterns that are not exactly floral or geometric, a unique feature which makes them extremely versatile and can be incorporated in almost any setting or decor. The city is one of the major producers and exporters of flowers in Iran. Every September the city holds a flower festival and is famous for a large warm water spring flowing from the mountains just to the north of the city. From this inspiration comes this beautiful rug with its “Field of Flowers” which is sure to become a family treasure for many years to come.
This rug is made using heatset polypropylene. This rug's synthetic material is naturally stain resistant, easily washable, and extremely durable. With this rug you can expect easy maintenance, comfort, and durability.
This traditional-style rug brings elegance and class to your room. The rich pattern and design gives the rug a beautiful classic look. Most traditional rugs carry colours and motifs that are related to the region it was made.
This rug is made in Egypt. Egypt's supreme period of rug weaving was during the fifteenth century. To this day, Egyptian rugs are known to be extremely high quality and full of culture and artistic influence from the ancient times.
This ivory rug has a very calm colour, with some of the pureness associated with white rugs, though a bit warmer. This ivory rug will provide a sense of elegance and calm to any room. Representing purity, neutrality, and calmness, this rug would be a perfect addition no matter the decor. Our ivory rugs include shades and tones such as white, cream, and off-white rugs. Please note due to screen resolution and colour of pixels, the image may look slightly different than the actual rug.
This rug is finished with fringes, which are the warps of the rug that run all the way through the rug.