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Bow-Tie Kilim Rug

Bow-Tie Kilim Rug

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Item Number: 3840
$600.00 - $1,400.00

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Our Bow-Tie Kilim Rug (2013) captivates with its simple yet bold pattern. Handwoven by a skilled artisan on a traditional punja kilim loom using tie-dyed wool yarns, this reversible rug was inspired by the Banjara, a nomadic people from the Indian state of Rajasthan. Its rich color mimics that previously seen in cultures that widely cultivated the indigo plant as a source of dark blue dye for textiles. Rug pad recommended. Made in India.

  • This rug is produced in a GoodWeave-certified factory, which ensures no child had a hand in its making.
  • Bow-Tie Kilim Rug
  • Bow-Tie Kilim Rug

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Dimensions

5x8: L 8' W 5' Pile 0.25" 6x9: L 9' W 6' Pile 0.25" 8x10: L 10' W 8' Pile 0.25" 9x12: L 12' W 9' Pile 0.25"

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74% wool, 26% cotton.

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