The elaborate craftsmanship consists of a dense, textured weave made of small, tightly packed knots. It is an example of one of the oldest and most sophisticated manual loom techniques that hails from northern India. The wool and cotton carpet is by its very composition one of a kind thanks to its workmanship and colouring, which is linked to a dyeing process using natural fibres.
Wool rug, hand-woven in the north of India through weaving manual frame, one the oldest and most sophisticated techniques.
As these rugs are made entirely by hand from natural materials, each rug is unique and exclusive: 2 or more rugs requested in the same size and/or colour will inevitably differ in size (tolerance) and/or colour tone. A colour variation (within the tolerance) between different rugs made by hand may occur due to the dyeing process of natural fibres such as wool (especially) and cotton. This colour variation cannot be controlled during the production processes.