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Item No. 100189435
C$ 1,270.00
4.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100189435
C$ 1,270.00
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  • Handcrafted by Ethiopian artisans who use traditional weaving techniques
  • Named after one of the five gates surrounding the city of Harar

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Shoa Rug
C$ 1,270.00

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When Ethiopian-born, Brooklyn-based Hana Getachew founded Bolé Road Textiles, one of her goals was to support artisans in Ethiopia. The Shoa Rug is a testament to that – a nod to Ethiopia’s brightly colored textiles (and named after one of the five gates that surround the city of Harar), Shoa is made of 100% Ethiopian wool and handcrafted by Ethiopian artisans who use traditional weaving techniques. Pieces vary slightly from one piece to the next due to their handmade fabrication. Made in Ethiopia.
  • Named after one of the five gates surrounding the city of Harar.
  • Handcrafted by Ethiopian artisans who use traditional weaving techniques.
  • Made in Ethiopia in a Fair Trade Certified facility.
Brand
Bole Road Textiles
General Dimensions
  • 60" W 84" L
Product Weight
9 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Shoa Rug

  • Length (in): 84
  • Width (in): 60
  • Weight (lbs): 9
  • 100% Ethiopian wool

Hana Getachew

After a decade in architecture, Hana Getachew decided to merge her passion for design with a love of fabrics from her native Ethiopia, and Bolé Road Textiles was born. Getachew's designs are handwoven by artisans in Ethiopia, making each piece one of a kind. The vivid patterns and bright colors evoke the vibrant culture she grew up with and honor the heritage and traditional crafts of the region.

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