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Samarkand Rug, Ivory/Rust

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Samarkand Rug, Ivory/Rust

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Made of:
wool
Available sizes:
2'6"x 10'; 2’6” x 12’; 6’ x 9’; 8’ x 10’; 9’ x 12’
Color:
ivory / rust
Care:
Vacuum regularly. Brushless attachment is recommended. Avoid direct and continuous exposure to sunlight. Do not pull loose ends; clip them with scissors to remove. Remove spills immediately; blot with clean cloth by pressing firmly around the spill to absorb as much as possible. For hard-to-remove stains, contact a professional rug cleaner.

Why We Love This

Launched in 1914 as an importer of antique Oriental rugs, Safavieh has grown to become a revered designer and manufacturer of traditional and contemporary furniture, lighting, accessories--and yes, rugs. But while its range of products and styles has expanded, one thing has remained the same for four generations: The family behind Safavieh has continued to emphasize comfort, durability, craftsmanship, and sheer beauty.

Like the most coveted of antique Samarkand carpets, this reproduction was hand-knotted in China, incorporating woven symbols from Mongolia, India, Turkey, and Persia. The use of high-mountain wool and sun-dried vegetable dyes provides the rug with the texture and rich hues that distinguish Samarkand geometric botanical motifs.

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