Summer dream: Kharad rug in sky-blue and egg-shell
This elegant, handwoven kharad rug uses the finest indigo dyes and represents a diminishing form of craft that has its origins in times when animals and humans first communed together. In a sense, this is a ‘forever; kind of artform. The delicate braiding of the blue and white threads ask the sturdiness of the rug. Each rug can last up to 100 years and were used by travelers traversing long stretches of deserts in a world gone by. Although this piece can really perk up a dorm room or an office space, it is a great companion for a road trip. Tough, warm, and woven with a legacy of the nomads.
- Dimensions: 3ft x 5ft
- Material: Sheep wool
Caveat: Please allow for minimal imperfections as each product, from sourcing to final weaving is done by hand involving a community of artisans.
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