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Thatch Rug

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Item Number: 7583
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Made of soft wool, the Thatch Rug (2010) is intricately worked into a texture that’s best described as a braided knit, creating a dense pile that is a pleasure to walk on. The hardworking Thatch is a soft substitute for sisal, and the 100% wool content makes it naturally flame retardant and resistant to dirt. This collection is made by a member of GoodWeave International, formerly known as Rugmark, which ensures manufacturing in a socially responsible manner. This global network of nonprofit organizations is fighting to end child labor and improve educational opportunities for children in India, Pakistan and Nepal. Made in India.

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Dimensions

Sm L 9' W 6' Pile 1", Med L 10' W 8' Pile 1", Lg L 12' W 10' Pile 1"

Materials

Hand-spun, undyed natural wool; cotton backing.

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