Oushak Handwoven Traditional Rug, J69798



Size: 6' 0" X 9' 3"

SKU: J69798

Pile Fiber: Wool

Surface: Pile

Age: New

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SKU J69798
Size 6' 0" X 9' 3"
Size Category 6 X 9
Shape Rectangle
Design Oushak
Origin Indian
Style Traditional
Sub Style Large Scale Floral
Primary Color Blue
Background Color Blue
Accent Color Ivory
Pile Fiber Wool
Foundation Fiber Cotton
Construction Handwoven
Surface Pile
Age New

Introducing the "Soft Melody" collection, this traditional Indian rug showcases the exquisite craftsmanship and rich heritage of the Agra region. Handwoven by skilled artisans, these rugs embody the time-honored practices passed down through generations.

Crafted from a luxurious blend of imported New Zealand wool and superior local or South African wool, the Soft Melody rug boasts a lustrous finish that is unmatched. Each knot is meticulously crafted with a single thread, resulting in a dense and substantial yarn. The use of an asymmetrical Persian-type knot adds to the rug's unique texture and visual appeal.

The Soft Melody rug features a 6x6 density, showcasing the intricate craftsmanship involved in its creation. Its pile is made of 100% wool, with a cotton foundation and tightly spun cotton warps. With a pile height of approximately 3/8 inch, this rug provides a plush and inviting feel underfoot.

One of the standout qualities of the Soft Melody collection is its coloration. These rugs are dyed with high-quality chromium dyes, ensuring their vibrant hues resist fading over time. This adds to the rug's longevity and enduring beauty.

Resembling traditional 19th-century Turkish Oushaks, the Soft Melody Oushak rugs feature comparably large knots that contribute to their delightful nubby texture. Unlike thicker-piled rugs, the Soft Melody Oushaks allow the texture to stand out, adding depth and character to the overall design.

Experience the charm and elegance of the Soft Melody collection. These rugs are a testament to the rich history and exceptional craftsmanship of Indian rug making.

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