Locally sourced flat-woven rugs made of Cotton, wool, jute and silk durries in sizes ranging from 2’x3′ to 6’x9′. These are native to India and represent our perspective of the art of rug weaving.
This style of dhurrie has originated in Warangal (Telangana). The motifs are angular with a very precise geometric design, in horizontal directions.
This woollen dhurrie has patterns drawn with silk zari.
This woollen durrie is highlighted with silk zari work.
The base of this dhurrie is wool. Silk zari is used to draw the patterns.
This is a wool and jute blended dhurrie. Mimicking the kilim style.
A kilim inspired wool and jute mixed dhurrie.
A wool and jute blended dhurrie.
Wool and jute blended dhurrie.
This is a wool and jute blended dhurrie in kilim style.
A kilim style wool and jute dhurrie.
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