Fine Wool Flat Weave Rug
  1. SYA

    Hermie Flat-Weave Rug - Emerald - emerald green/ivory

    $665.00  
    More Details This reversible flat-weave is handwoven in India, using the finest wool with eye-catching patterns designed to enrich any room. Fashionable, durable and affordable, this style is sure to update any decor.
  2. SYA

    2'x3' Laurel Flat-Weave Rug - Oatmeal - oatmeal/taupe

    $159.00  
    More Details This reversible rug is from a flat-woven collection that fuses tribal and contemporary motifs. Handwoven in India, these fashionable, durable rugs are produced from the finest wool, with unique patterns designed to enrich any room.
  3. QGJ

    Anna Flat-Weave Rug - Black - 3'6"x5'6"

    $725.00  
    More Details Contemporary trends meet Southwestern style in this handmade wool rug. Each rug is inspired by classic design motifs, and flat-woven using only the finest pure wool. A rug pad is recommended to keep this securely in place.
  4. QGJ

    Elsa Flat-Weave Rug - Black - 9'x12'

    $699.00  
    More Details Contemporary trends meet Southwestern style in this handmade wool rug. Each rug is inspired by classic design motifs, and flat-woven using only the finest pure wool. A rug pad is recommended to keep this securely in place.
  5. QGJ

    Elsa Flat-Weave Rug - Navy/Beige - 8'x10'

    $550.00  
    More Details Contemporary trends meet Southwestern style in this handmade wool rug. Each rug is inspired by classic design motifs, and flat-woven using only the finest pure wool. A rug pad is recommended to keep this securely in place.
  6. SAZ

    Tumbling Water Rug - Ralph Lauren Home - original beige

    $1,940.00  
    More Details Featuring a graphic allover design, this globally inspired flat-weave is carefully handwoven using finely spun, hand-carded wool. We recommend a rug pad to extend the life of your rug and keep it securely in place.
  7. JEA

    4'2" x 6'4" Antique Navajo Rug - Eli Peer Oriental Rugs - red/ivory

    $2,499.00  
    More Details A typical handwoven Navajo rug has approximately 30 wefts to the linear inch. A two grey hills from Toadlena average about 45. The finer pieces frequently have upwards of 80. When a textile has 80 or more wefts per inch, it is considered a tapestry, not a rug. The most famous weaver of these textiles was Daisy Taugelchee (1909-1990), who wove upwards of 115 wefts per inch, which created the most finely woven Navajo tapestries ...