Domma Azure Hand-Knotted Rug

Feizy
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Domma Azure Hand-Knotted Rug

$1,247-$6,334
$599-$2,799 Gilt
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  • 3.6x5.6
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Color:
azure
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Description
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Domma Azure Hand-Knotted Rug:

  • From the Dim Sum Collection
  • Tibetan style rug hand-knotted from multi-textured, semi-worsted New Zealand wool with faux silk accents
  • Features a pattern inspired by Chinese screens

Due to the handmade nature of this product, please expect slight variations in size and color.

Material: New Zealand wool and faux silk

Care: Spot clean with a mild detergent.

Brand: Feizy

Origin: Imported

From classic Persian designs to modern interpretations of Chinese latticework, Feizy Rugs are made using centuries-old techniques and luxe materials. Artisans in the Middle East, India, and Tibet hand-loom and hand-tuft pieces using silk and New Zealand wool. Some of the Dallas-based company’s styles reference the past, but many reflect what’s hot now: oversize flowers, chandeliers, and metallics. If pattern isn’t your thing, Feizy also has solids, including shags with various levels of pile.