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Tiwari Home 6' x 9' Beige and Charcoal Black Tribal Patterned Rectangular Area Throw Rug

Item# SPM11537017213 | Model# 193228488771 | Added on October 17, 2020 |
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Tiwari Home 6' x 9' Beige and Charcoal Black Tribal Patterned Rectangular Area Throw Rug
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From the July Collection Whether an ordinary day or a special get-together at home, this simple rug from the July Collection comes handy to decorate your core area. Roll out this rug on the floor and experience the soothing pat underfoot. This minimalist rug is perfect for protecting your floor from dirt and stain. Features:Color(s): gargoyle and whitecap gray Hand woven no pile Printed Made in India Design may vary slightly due to the hand crafted nature of this rug Dimensions: 6' wide x 9' long Fringe length: 3" Material(s): cotton Note: photo shows a 5' x 7.5' rug, however this listing is for a 6' x 9' rug Our handcrafted rugs are meticulously hooked, woven and tufted by skilled artisans with the power to transform an ordinary space into something spectacular. Created in northeastern India by local weavers, these intricate rugs provide a livelihood to villagers, particularly women who have been traditionally excluded from opportunities in India’s workforce. The elaborate process takes several artisans to complete, beginning with patterns that are hand traced and colored. Dependent on which highly detailed construction is chosen for a rug design, it can take anywhere from one week to over six months to complete one of these expertly crafted masterpieces. A portion of the profits from these rugs and pillows goes towards a school lunch program that serves fresh, nutritious daily meals to 1.3 million children in rural India. For many ... read more
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