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Kazak Traditional Pakistani Hand Knotted Wool Oriental Area Rug - 8'11" x 6'0" (8'11" x 6'0" - Blue)

Kazak Traditional Pakistani Hand Knotted Wool Oriental Area Rug - 8'11" x 6'0" (8'11" x 6'0" - Blue). Enjoy the uniqueness of this authentic one-of-a-kind recently made hand knotted genuine Pakistan made area rug. Made of pure wool pile, these rug is in new, first quality condition. Hand Knotted rugs are the first choice of critics and collectors, as every knot of the rug is honed by a skilled weaver's hands, without any machine's interference. The quality of a handnot of the rug is honed by a skilled weaver's hands, without any machine's interference. The quality of a hand-knotted carpet is determined by the number of knots per square inch, as some fine weavers can take up to a year to create a single average size rug. Wool is the primary material used to create these handmade rugs that are usually placed in a well-deserving high-price space. Hand-knotted rugs can hold up high traffic for more than 20 years, hence are a popular choice for hallways, living rooms, offices etc. These fine examples of craftsmanship silently tell the tale of a weaver's traditional rug weaving legacy. Features Shape: Rectangle Rug Style: Kazak Pattern: Oriental Origin: Pakistan Foundation: Cotton Pile: 100% Wool Weave Type: Hand Knotted KPSI: 140 knots per square inch Size in Feet: 8' 11'' X 6' 0'' Size in CM: 272 X 183 Size Class: 6x9 Age: Recently Made Condition: New, First Quality Primary Color: Navy Blue & Blues Color Detail: Ivory, Navy Blue, Red, Light Green, Peach, Sage Green 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