6'x7' Kobe Hide Rug, Light Brindle
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6'x7' Kobe Hide Rug, Light Brindle

Now: $404.50 Was: $545.00
10% off over $600 with OKLCYBER10
Est. Arrival: Dec 11 - Dec 21
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Why we love this

This gorgeous cowhide rug brings smooth texture, natural curves, and eye-catching style to your space.

Color: light brindle
Construction: handmade
Made In: Brazil
Made Of: natural cowhide
Pile Height: 1/4"
Please Note: Due to the inherent natural beauty and unique character of the cowhide, the appearance of each rug may vary.
SKU: 60411846
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Dec 11 - Dec 21
STANDARD DELIVERY: This item ships standard service. Learn more about our shipping & handling rates.
RETURNS: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Why we love this

This gorgeous cowhide rug brings smooth texture, natural curves, and eye-catching style to your space.

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