Welcome to my informational page about Moud Persian rugs in which I will explain the Moud rugs a bit more in detail. Due to the popularity of the Moud rugs, I oftentimes receive questions about them from my clients and as I have done with many of my other types of Persian rugs, I added this page about the Moud rugs to give you some added info.
The What and Where about Moud rugs
Moud Persian rugs come from the city of Moud, which is situated in the mid eastern part of Iran not too far from the Afghan border. The region has been making rugs like the Birjand and Kashmar rugs, which are known for the thick solid pile and traditional designs dating back centuries. Moud rugs typically feature the Herati design (similar to the Tabriz Mahi design) amd the colors are very much vegetable based earthly colors. The quality of Moud rugs is very nice and the weavers use a double weft and at times a bit of silk is added to the pile to make the Herati design pop out a bit.
As to the quality of Moud Persian rugs, they tend to have around 100-350 kpsi, although most fall into the 100-150 range and are often fairly inexpensive. The lower kpsi pieces are the most common you will find in online stores and sites where folks offer them at very low prices. The Moud rugs we offer are on the higher quality part of the quality spectrum simply due to the nature of our business. Being that we are known in the Persian rug industry for our high end Persian rugs, it would not make a whole lot of sense to dilute our inventory with low quality rugs and so when we do look for Moud rugs, we tend to search for pieces that are of a higher than ususal quality and knot count.
These are examples of Moud Persian rugs and below you will find some of our currently available Moud carpets in many different sizes and with different designs. To see all of our currently available Moud Persian rugs, click here: Moud Persian Rugs
Samples Of Our Currently available Moud Persian Rugs