MAHAL RUG REPAIR & CLEANING
WE UPLIFT DAILY IN LONDON AND WEEKLY THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE OF ENGLAND & WALES. WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS ADHERING TO SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES. CALL ON 0203 174 2427
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MAHAL RUG CLEANING & REPAIR IN LONDON
As leaders in Mahal rug and carpet cleaning in London, we are proud of the high quality service we offer. With many years in the industry and highly trained and experienced craftsmen. We are perfectly placed to offer a first class reliable Mahal rug cleaning service with proven results.
Mahal rugs are our passion. Every rug is unique and is treated as such. We treat every Mahal rug with special attention and care. All rugs are fully insured from collection until return.
From our workshop in London, cleaning is expertly carried out by our professional craftsmen to your Mahal carpets, and antique rugs. Whether your carpets and rugs are silk or wool we can help, simply call our cleaning and restoration number and we’ll take care of it all.
THE BEST CHOICE FOR MAHAL RUG CLEANING & REPAIR IN LONDON
We are proud Members of the Guild of Master Craftsmen.
All carpets and rugs are treated within our own premises by our highly trained staff.
We collect and deliver your Mahal rugs throughout the UK daily.
Our professional carpet and rug cleaners are all fully trained specialists.
Your Mahal carpet or rug is fully insured from collection until returned safely to you.
CLEANING & RESTORATION LINES
MONDAY 9AM TO 9PM
TUESDAY 9AM TO 9PM
WEDNESDAY 9AM TO 9PM
THURSDAY 9AM TO 9PM
FRIDAY 9AM TO 9PM
SATURDAY 10AM TO 5PM
SUNDAY 12AM TO 4PM
I sent you my antique Hamadan rug which was suffering badly from 4 generations of family use. Not to mention numerous cats and dogs and their damage. You have returned Invisibly mended, and the colours jewel bright once again.. i’m absolutely delighted! Thank you very much for you skill and attention to detail. It will look good for another 100 years.
THE HISTORY OF THE MAHAL RUG
The Mahal is a type of carpet that originated in the Persian city of Mashad in the 17th century. It is characterized by its large size, intricate patterns, and rich colors. The name “Mahal” comes from the Persian word for “city”, and was given to this type of rug because it was originally produced in Mashad.
The Mahal is made with a technique called “knotting”, which involves tying knots around individual strands of wool or cotton thread. This produces a sturdy and durable fabric that can last for many years. The designs on Mahal rugs are often very elaborate, and include geometric patterns, flowers, and animals.
Today, Mahal rugs are still made in Mashad, as well as in other parts of Iran and Afghanistan. They are popular among collectors and interior designers due to their unique beauty and craftsmanship. Mahal rugs are available in a variety of sizes, colors, and designs, making them a versatile addition to any home.
There are a few things you can look for to tell if a Mahal rug is authentic. First, examine the rug closely for any signs of wear or damage. If the rug is in pristine condition, it is more likely to be a fake. Second, look at the colours of the rug. Authentic Mahal rugs are typically made with natural dyes, so the colours should be muted and earthy. Third, inspect the construction of the rug. Authentic rugs are handmade, so they will have irregularities in the weave. Finally, ask the seller for a certificate of authenticity from a reputable source.