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Herat Oriental Handmade Indo Tribal Kazak Wool Rug - 8' x 10' (India)

Item# SPM9881947322 | Model# KZS-D162-810 | Added on August 27, 2018 |
Herat Oriental Handmade Indo Tribal Kazak Wool Rug - 8' x 10' (India)
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Handmade Herat Oriental Indo Tribal Kazak Wool Rug - 8' x 10' (India)This rug is a unique piece of world art that will enhance your living space. Kazaks are a type of Armenian rug that were woven in the south of the Caucasus region, between Tiflis and Erevan. The knot count per square inch for this rug is 150. The rugs are made of 100-percent wool, as well as 100-percent vegetable dyes. The pile height is 0.25 inches. This rug has a geometric pattern in shades of blue, red, ivory, green, gold, and tan

This rug is a unique piece of world art that will enhance your living space. Kazaks are a type of Armenian rug that were woven in the south of the Caucasus region, between Tiflis and Erevan. The knot count per square inch for this rug is 150. The rugs are made of 100-percent wool, as well as 100-percent vegetable dyes. The pile height is 0.25 inches. This rug has a geometric pattern in shades of blue, red, ivory, green, gold, and tan.

  • Worldstock Country: India
  • Pile Height: 0.25 - 0.5 inch
  • Product Features: Handmade
  • Material: Wool
  • Style: Traditional, Southwestern
  • Pattern: Geometric, Oriental
  • Weave Type: Hand-Knotted
  • Rug Type: Indoor
  • Feature: Latex Free
  • Rug Size: 8' x 10'
  • Shape: Rectangle
  • Exact Color: Teal
  • Color: Ivory, Green

Story Behind the Art:
The production of rugs in the Caucasus region is limited, only done in a few villages, therefore this beautiful design has been reproduced in the Varanasi province of India, by the Bhadohi village weavers. Due to the handmade nature of our rugs, ... read more
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