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kazak antique rug 4’3” x 10’0”

Ancient traditions, family histories, natural colour palettes, and superior weaves are all characteristics of our vintage & antique rug collection. Each rug is a one-of-a-kind, unique piece of history, coming from a region richly steeped in superior rug craftsmanship. Their hand-knotted construction provides outstanding quality that stands the test of time, allowing them to be family heirlooms passed down through generations.

Made out of 100% handspun wool, these rugs are often naturally dyed with vegteables and other elements from the environments in which they were born. The details and motifs lend to stories and traditions specific to the region the rug was woven in, and there’s always much more than meets the eye. This is the collection for the history buffs, the quality seekers, and those who truly value the complexity and beauty of a rug that has withstood generations.

Please reach out to us if you would like to learn more about the story behind any rug in this collection.

Each rug is photographed in natural light, and depending on the lighting conditions in your home, the rug may look brighter or darker in your space.

Each rug has been professionally cleaned. See next tab for detailed care instructions.

This one of a kind antique Caucasian Kazak rug was handwoven in the Caucasus mountains over 100 years ago using 100% wool and vegetable dyes. It features a low, worn pile and a thin, flexible construction. There is no damage or holes in the rug.

A rug pad or anti slip pad is suggested to prevent movement/slipping of the rug. The rug has been professionally cleaned. Spot clean with soap and water as needed, or have the rug cleaned by a professional if necessary in the future.

Size: 4'3" x 10'0"

Fabrication: Hand knotted

Material: 100% wool

Origin: Persian

Pile Height: Low worn pile

Condition: Excellent - no damage

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