Kashkuli Hand-Knotted Rug

ABC Carpet & Home
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Kashkuli Hand-Knotted Rug

$4,999
$2,126 Gilt
Size :
  • 2.7x9.4
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Color:
orange, tangerine, apricot
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Description
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This luxurious Kashkuli rug is a Zollanvari-style rug hand-knotted in Iran from vegetable dyed handspun wool exclusively for ABC Carpet & Home. Its thick, plush pile offers endless comfort and durability while its transitional design allows for a wide range of decorative flexibility. Spot clean rug with mild detergent or professionally clean as needed.

Material: 100% wool

Brand: ABC Carpet & Home

Origin: Imported

ABC Carpet & Home regards the home as a mirror of sorts—a reflection of our personal vision, as well as a refuge. To that end, in 2003 the New York City-based furniture company committed itself to a socially responsible business program that involves using recycled, sustainable materials, conserving energy, and promoting greater awareness of important environmental and health issues. Hemp, soy, organic cotton, and linen are just some of the naturally produced materials found in ABC’s incredibly diverse product line, which covers everything from furniture to home accessories to air purifiers. Made exclusively for ABC Carpet & Home, handwoven Zollanvari Gabbeh rugs are recognized for their plush pile and beautiful abrash (the color variations that arise from natural vegetable dyes taking to handspun wool) and complement both contemporary and traditional decor.