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Mashad is a prolific rug-weaving city that’s located in Iran’s Khorasan Province. Mashad Persian rugs have been made in the city for centuries, with rugs having been exported from the city even before 1555 A.D. Mashad rugs are traditionally made from some of the best wool that Iran has to offer. It’s because of this, and the way these rugs are constructed, that Mashad rugs are widely viewed as top-quality rugs that are highly prized around the world.
If you want to buy Mashad Persian rugs, you probably want a rug that will last a long time. And that’s generally what you’ll get when you buy Mashad rugs online or at a brick-and-mortar retail location. The way these rugs are made makes them extremely durable, which is a characteristic many consumers find attractive.
When you combine the long-lasting nature of Mashad rugs with their tremendous quality, soft wool, intricate designs and vibrant colors, it’s hard for anyone to resist wanting one of these rugs in their home, work space or both.
If you’ve only looked at Mashad rugs online, you may not know that the wool used to make Mashad Persian rugs is significantly softer than the wool used to construct a majority of other Persian rugs. As you look for Mashad rugs for sale, you’ll notice that the rugs’ colors are very consistent from one Mashad rug to another. Mashad Persian rugs are made with red and blue as the primary colors. Ivory and Khaki are typically used to provide a contrast to a Mashad rug’s two main colors.
The background on a Mashad rug is normally a very deep red tone and you’ll typically see blue highlights in the rug’s center medallion, corners and border. If you want to buy Mashad Persian rugs, look for rugs that have a deep red background to make sure you’re actually buying the kind of rug you want.
As you search for Mashad rugs for sale and look over an ever larger number of rugs, you’ll begin to notice that Mashad Persian rugs often share some design characteristics with Kashan rugs. One trait that will help you distinguish Mashad rugs from other Persian rugs is their elongated corners. Depending on the particular Mashad rug you’re looking at, the rug’s corners may be so pronounced that they touch or come close to touching near the center of each border.
Mashad rugs are made with a Persian asymmetrical knot that uses four warps instead of two. These rugs generally have a knot density that’s between 120 and 475 knots per square inch. When making a Mashad Persian rug, a craftsperson will alternate between sinuous and straight wefts, which causes the rug’s foundation to have two levels.
You won’t just enjoy the lowest prices available online when you shop with Rug Source. You’ll also enjoy a generous selection of Mashad rugs that are perfect for your home or office. When you buy a long-lasting, eye-catching Mashad Persian rug from us, we’ll give you a complimentary rug pad and we’ll cover the cost of shipping your rug to any location in the United States.
If you discover that the rug you ordered isn’t right for your space, you can return it without having to pay a restocking fee, because we have a 30-day money back guarantee.
We invite you to look through our inventory of Mashad Persian rugs online and encourage you to contact us if you have any questions or need some help. We look forward to fulfilling your order for Mashad Persian rugs soon.