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Agra Tea Wash Hand Knotted Wool Persian Oriental Area Rug (7'9"x9'8") - 7'9" x 9'8" (Black/Sage - 7'9" x 9'8")

Agra Tea Wash Hand Knotted Wool Persian Oriental Area Rug (7'9"x9'8") - 7'9" x 9'8" (Black/Sage - 7'9" x 9'8"). Agra rugs combine the grandeur and grace of the well-known Persian antique carpet designs with their own original themes.The Agra rug is famous for its use of floral tendrils, angular vines and stars and favors all-over angular designs with scrolling leaves, vines and large finely detailed flowers with bold floral borders. Tea-washing is a finishing touch ng leaves, vines and large finely detailed flowers with bold floral borders. Tea-washing is a finishing touch to Oriental rugs that began in the 1990s when "aging" items became fashionable. Washing the rug with tea or henna would give the rug a dull, brownish hue, making it look aged. So a tea wash finish is a technique to make rugs look old and distressed without loss of any quality for people who wish to opt for reasonable options to expensive antique rugs. It works by subduing loud and harsh colors to mellower golden tones which makes them versatile in a variety of decor styles. This is a beautiful Black, Sage, Beige, Tan, Rust, Green, Grey, Multi Color Hand Knotted Indo-Persian Oriental 100% Wool Area Rug. Cosmopolitan and elegant, the rug features a field of bold floral and botanical motifs offset by a magnificent broad border in a pleasing color palette. Its soft texture and timeless design makes it ideal to enhance any space where it is placed. Artisan quality, handcrafted with finest wool. Tip: We recommend the use of a non-skid pad to keep the rug in place on smooth surfaces. All rug sizes are approximate. Due to the difference of monitor colors, some rug colors may vary slightly. We try to represent all rug colors accurately. Please refer to the text above for a description of the colors shown in the photo. Please keep in mind that new wool rugs may initially shed and have a natural capacity to shed for several months after purchase. This is normal due to the nature of construction of most wool rugs and not a defect. Click here to view our Wool Rug Care Guide . read more