This Indo-Kerman rug has been handpicked from Mirzapur, the go-to destination for India’s handloom heritage. The city of traditional weavers, it is an unassuming yet charming town whose looms habitually churn out the likes of this traditional rug. It has been fashioned from pure homegrown cotton and finished with a skill that you may love to exhibit in your space, should a medieval ethos be your type.
Indeed, this number would make a great show of your taste to visitors. From the central floral medallion to the surrounding rounds of flowers and vines, the embroidery is done with wool against the base cotton. Traditional as they are, motifs constitute the soul of this work of art. They are densely packed onto the surface area, demarcated with considerable precision by the solemn colour palette chosen by the artisan.
Zoom in on each aspect of this rug to appreciate the beauty it has been conceived with as well as the skill of the executioner. A statement-making hint of inky blue graces all four edges of the rug. White twisted tassels complete the composition. The work, which is of quintessential North Indian make, is a distinguished example of the influence the Mughal courts had on the art of the Indian weaver.
Available: Only One in stock
Pure Wool on Cotton58 inch x 39 inch
324 Knots per Square Inch
Item Code: SCD40
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