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Hammett Hemp-Blend Rug, Red/Multi

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Hammett Hemp-Blend Rug, Red/Multi

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Product Information

Origin:

India

Construction:

hand-knotted

Made of:

wool/jute

Pile height:

1/2"

Color:

red/multi

Please note:

A rug pad is recommended.

Available Sizes:
5' x 8'
8' x 10'

Why We Love This

Sporting a blend of hand-knotted jute and wool yarns, this soft but rugged rug is crafted in a classic Moroccan weave. Across the width of the rug, artisans weave two lines of pile and then skip a row to create a uniquely textured carpet. The rug’s patterns are interpretations of Moorish tiles.

Why We Love This

Sporting a blend of hand-knotted jute and wool yarns, this soft but rugged rug is crafted in a classic Moroccan weave. Across the width of the rug, artisans weave two lines of pile and then skip a row to create a uniquely textured carpet. The rug’s patterns are interpretations of Moorish tiles.

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