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Nepalese Hand Knotted Rug

Safavieh
Nepalese Collection

 

Rug Details
The graphic movement of Malabar mimics the peaks and valleys encountered by designer David Easton during a trek through India. Hand-knotted in Nepal, the carpet is named for Malabar Point, a dramatic landmark that rises high above Mumbai and juts dramatically over the harbor. The perfect background for a contemporary room, the soft tonal color ways of this design are artfully expressed in a combination of wool loop background and lustrous silk cut pile.
Design Details
Color Assorted
Fiber Content Silk And Wool
Construction Hand Knotted
Sizes/Availability
SHAPE SIZE STOCK AREA WEIGHT PACKAGE LENGTH
Medium Rectangle 6' X 9' Out of Stock 54.00 sq ft 33 lbs 72 in

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