VERSATILE BEAUTY -Master artisans hand knotted this rug from thick wool and silk, with alternating rows of loops and long pile that create dramatic high-low effects. Our rugs are artisan crafted and no two are alike. Given their handwoven nature, slight variations in shading and size are inherent to the design.
LONG LASTING - Its hand-knotted construction ensures durability and no shedding.
STAIN RESISTANT - Easy to clean and made to last for a lifetime. Can be spot cleaned for easy maintenance
HIGH QUALITY MATERIAL -These rugs can withstand decades of heavy traffic and still look as good as the day you brought them home.
PILE HEIGHT - Rugs with a pile height of .45', are tightly knotted and dense. Because they are durable and require light vacuuming, this height is ideal for high-traffic areas such as entryways, living rooms and dining rooms.
MATERIAL – WOOL & SILK -Silk is considered a luxurious fiber because of its high sheen and soft “silky” feel. Though it is considered fine and delicate, do not be misled, silk is extraordinarily durable. When wool & silk are used to make a rug, the rug has more dimension and usually provokes a more eye catching appearance. Many times the field, or base, of the rug will be wool, and the design will be in silk, which makes it pop. These two fibers make a winning combination both aesthetically and functionally. Not to mention wool being an insulator as well as flame retardant.
CONSTRUCTION – HANDKNOTTED - Theprocess of hand knotted, which involves hand weaving and knotting each individual strand of fibre used for these rugs. As a result of this process, the production time is much longer, which is why hand knotted rugs are often the most expensive type of rugs available, however they have the added benefit of being extremely long lasting. Hand knotted rugs are often one of a kind pieces, and can be the type of rug that is handed down through family generations.
Wool & Silk
5'5 X 8'6
9'1 X 14'2
Proper Set-Up & Care
Should you encounter a crease, it can be easily removed through the process of reverse rolling. Start by flipping the rug upside down and roll in both directions (length and width). While rolling the rug exert pressure where the crease is visible, this will loosen the foundation to allow the rug to lay flat. For more stubborn creases, keeping the rug rolled and tied for a few hours in a reversed position may be more effective. Occasional vacuuming will keep this rug in great condition. Use care when vacuuming; place the beater bar and brush at the highest setting as to avoid excess wear, refrain from vacuuming fringe. To ensure even wear and tear from foot traffic we advise rotating this rug every six months.
Soft to the Touch
The pile height of this rug provides an ideal combination of density and performance; a dense surface that is soft to the touch and pile that holds up against foot traffic.
Limited Lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty
This manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty covers any defects in material or workmanship under normal use during the warranty period. The supplier will replace, at no charge products or parts of a product that prove defective because of improper material or workmanship, under normal use and maintenance. This guarantee does not provide replacement necessitated by normal wear-and-tear, misuse, or accidental damage. Supplier terms and conditions apply.
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Clean spills immediately by blotting with a clean, white dry sponge or cloth. Professional cleaning recommended. Appropriate rug pad is highly recommended on all surfaces to prevent slipping, add cushion, and improve durability. Vacuum regularly without beater bar. If your vacuum has variable power settings, set on low. Vacuum full length of the rug, turn and repeat to the next area, rather than back and forth motion. Should you encounter a crease, it can be easily removed through the process of reverse rolling. Start by flipping the rug upside down and roll in both directions (length and width). While rolling the rug exert pressure where the crease is visible, this will loosen the foundation to allow the rug to lay flat. For more stubborn creases, keeping the rug rolled and tied for a few hours in a reversed position may be more effective.