Traditional rugs typically draw inspiration from either Oriental and Persian patterns or European and Victorian styles. These types of rugs are often described as ornate and intricate in both markings and color. Save and except a small selection that is plain and void of any design, these rugs predominantly exhibit simple to semi-complex geometric patterns. Crude and imprecise patterns are the hallmarks of these rugs. Handspun undyed natural virgin wool is often prevalent in simple geometric patterns.
Think rich maroon, deep sage and warm beige. These rug were traditionally made in both low pile Berber or very deep piled shaggy format.
Construction: Handmade; Hand Knotted
Materials: Fine Wool, Virgin Undyed Wool, Natural Dyes