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European Polonaise Rug, Black

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European Polonaise Rug, Black
European Polonaise Rug, Black
European Polonaise Rug, Black

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Origin:
India
Construction:
hand-knotted
Made of:
New Zealand wool
Pile height:
1 1/2"
Color:
black/ivory
Care:
Professionally clean.

Why We Love This

Originally created in the late 16th century for royalty, the Polonaise rug is a Persian creation which gained popularity through the 1700s. Because so many were seen in Europe throughout the 19th century it was assumed that the Polonaise rug came from Poland, hence the name. Handcrafted from start to finish in a meticulous tradition honed generation after generation in India, this rug was made by the select few artisans capable of creating such an intricate pattern. Using only the most exceptional vegetable dyes and finest hand-spun New Zealand wool, it is then expertly hand-tied, finished and sun-dried, and can contain up to 1 million knots.

About the Brand

Though the handcrafted rugs in this collection from Exquisite vary in terms of style, they will all establish an ambiance of comfortable luxury in any room they’re in. The intricate weaving process begins with the highest-quality raw materials, such as pure New Zealand wool, which is vegetable-dyed and then carefully hand-spun and -knotted by Tibetan weavers the same way antique rugs were made, resulting in the exquisite colors and rich textures. From subtle variations in hue referred to as abrash to the impressive reproductions of the herati borders from the 16th and 17th century, each piece in this collection is sure to become an eternally elegant classic.

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