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- 100% wool
- satk-49 - white / deep navy
- hand knotted
- Handmade in Rural India
- 6 months warranty
- indoor use only
This exquisite rug takes inspiration from the intricate Abadeh rugs woven in the charming market town of Abadeh, Iran. This rug features a beautiful pattern of tiny medallions on a deep navy background with distinct green accents. The modern Heybatlu design features geometrical and floral motifs in light reds or scorched orange, evoking the traditional Abadeh style. The ivory border adds the perfect touch of elegance making this a stunning addition to any living space.
In the south of Iran, on the route connecting Isfahan and Shiraz, the town of Abadeh has developed into a charming market place. The medieval city's craft industry is significant, and several superb carpets are woven here. Abadeh rugs typically have a warp made of cotton and a thin, densely knotted pile. Many of the modern ideas are instantly recognized, even though the styles of some of the ancient Abadehs alter. These modern patterns, called Heybatlu, feature tiny medallions on each quadrant and a single medallion in the midst that is shaped like a diamond. On top of a dark blue background with distinct green accents, the primary colors are light reds or scorched orange. The pattern is often geometrical or flowers or animals. The edges or borders are often ivory in color.
- do not brush or scrub the rug.
- only vacuum clean it periodically. avoid using vacuum beater brush mode
- if spills occur, blot immediately. do not rub the stain.
- rotate occasionally to equalize wear.
- use protectors under the legs of heavy furniture to avoid flattening and piling.
- if thread comes out do not pull the yarn, trim with scissor.
- periodic professional cleaning recommended
- For in stock products - Free insured delivery worldwide. Duties and Taxes included.
- Delivery Estimates: 6-12 business days (In some cases custom clearance might take longer)