Handmade in India
3'.11 x 5'.11 ft / 121 cm x 179cm
Tabriz Mehandi Rug- Due to its "One of a kind". color combinations, this rug should be used as a feature rug in a space with subtle interiors. - It is double weft and has been handmade with the finest quality New Zealand wool. - The design is a mix of Tabriz and Kashan and has been originated from Persia. - This rug evokes a spa-like aura and gives a very refreshing look. - The primary colors are light green and ivory with a floral pattern. - The border has an intricate design with detailed craftsmanship. - Rugsandbeyond's recommendation is to place this rug as a feature rug in a space with neutral interiors. Clean & Care:
To maintain the condition and extend the life of your rug, vacuum regularly in the direction of the pile. Clean liquid spills immediately with a damp cloth or sponge to absorb as much as possible. For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is highly recommended. Avoid direct and continuous exposure to sunlight. Do not pull loose ends, if any. Use a scissor to clip the same. All of our rugs are professionally washed and are individually inspected before leaving our warehouse. This rug is currently in stock and includes FREE shipping worldwide. Please Note:
Please note that lengths and widths may slightly vary from published dimensions although we strive to provide the most accurate measurements possible. Also, we do try our best to display the most accurate images. There might be a slight variation in color between the actual product and your screen due to difference in computer monitors.
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.
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.