Why this price?
This rug was made in India
India has become one of the hubs of the modern-weaving industry, with workshops and large companies focusing on quality control and new product development previously unseen in the industry. Building on their own history of weaving (the lightweight, hand-woven dhurry is a well-known traditional Indian rug), India has become a center for quality hand-knotted and hand-woven rugs. The vast depth of knowledge has led to a variety of traditional and modern rug designs, both inspired by contemporary art, old Persian and Turkish designs, as well as centuries-old Indian designs.
80% Wool 20% Viscose Pile on Cotton Foundation.
Hand-Loomed:These flatweaves produced on a hand operated loom are made by weaving warp strands through a series of wefts, resulting in a rug that lies flat and has no pile. Hand-Loomed flatweaves are usually made of a combination of natural fibers such as cotton and wool. Like other hand-woven rugs, they are made to last, but because they require less time and material to produce, they tend to be a more affordable option.
Vacuum regularly: New wool rugs may shed yarn fibers. Avoid continuous exposure to sunlight; if they must sit in direct sun, rotate the rug to prevent local fading. If individual knots become loose, it's normal, but don't pull them, clip them with scissors. Blot (don't rub) liquid spills immediately with a clean cloth, using mild soap and water if necessary. For harder stains, we recommend a professional rug cleaning.
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