Cream Orange Handknotted Luxury Silk Carpet

Cream Orange area rug with "one of a kind" design pattern, hand-knotted from 100% pure silk. This colourful and plush carpet can be used to embellish your living room or bedroom.

Cream Orange Handknotted Luxury Silk Carpet

Cream Orange area rug with "one of a kind" design pattern, hand-knotted from 100% pure silk. This colourful and plush carpet can be used to embellish your living room or bedroom.
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SKU
YCSSC-388
$2,855.00
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Origin:
Handmade in India
Material:
Kashmir Silk
Color:
Ivory
Size:
3'.9 X 5'.10 ft / 115 cm X 176cm
Quality:
Excellent
Design:
Nain Kashan
Estimated Delivery by August 05th, 2024
Cream Orange Handknotted Luxury Silk Carpet is available to buy in increments of 1
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Cream Orange Handknotted Luxury Silk Carpet

  • To make the yarn needed to weave this exquisite carpet, raw, pure silk must be treated entirely by hand. 
  • It took around six months to weave this carpet. 
  • This carpet has a unique design pattern with ivory and other colours. 
  • It has an extremely old and well-known design pattern called Kashan. 
  • The Persian city of Kashan is where the Kashan design began. 
  • There are roughly 576 knots per square inch in this rug.
  • Material for Rug: 100% Pure Silk
  • Weft: 100% Pure Silk
  • Warp: 100% pure silk           
  • Because of the intricate craftsmanship and superb quality, the back appears just like the front. 
  • Form: Rectangular; Design Source: Persia
  • Pile Height: low pile (to give this carpet more support)
  • Method of Construction: Hand-knotted
  • Style of Decor: Oriental, Persian, or Traditional
  • Usage: Indoors and outdoors
  • Maintenance and Cleaning: Vacuum; hand washable; routine professional cleaning
  • Design: Kashan
  • combination of colours: ivory,
  • Primary Colour: White
  • Process Time: Approximately 6 months
  • Knot Count: Approximately 576 knots per square inch

 

Clean & Care:

  • Vacuum frequently in the pile's direction.
  • Wipe up any spilt liquid with a moist cloth or sponge as soon as possible.
  • For stains that are difficult to remove, professional rug cleaning is advised.
  • Avoid spending extended amounts of time in the direct or continuous sun.
  • Before being released from our warehouse, each rug undergoes a thorough inspection and is carefully cleaned.
  • This rug is available now and ships for free anywhere in the world.

Please Note:

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  • If there is a slight colour variation, it might be due to differences in computer monitors.
  • Please note that lengths and widths may vary from published dimensions although we strive to provide the accurate measurements possible.



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We offer FREE Shipping to customers worldwide via our logistic partners like FEDEX, UPS etc. and your rug/rugs will be home delivered within 10-12 days. Under a rare circumstance, if any carpet needs to be exchanged, we shall offer a store credit but the cost of the shipping the carpet back to us has to be borne by the customer. 

Why we love this?

Exclusive to Rugs and Beyond : With its detailed motifs and apparent abrash—the color variations common to hand-dyed, hand-knotted rugs—this floor covering resembles a family heirloom. Yet it's actually made of soft, durable, and easy-to-clean nylon. A rug pad is recommended to extend the life of your rug and keep it securely in place.

Weavers Story

A synergy of nature and craft, the refined textures of our rugs are elevated by the raw materials we choose. We only use wool from high on the Tibetan plateau, wool so rich in natural lanolin that it is oily to touch.

Our spinners, weavers and dyers handling it with reverence to retain its extraordinary properties.

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