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Amira

Inspired by Chinese carpets from the late 18th century, our hand-knotted Amira rug features a center medallion surrounded by lotus flowers and a border pattern taken from traditional Chinese fretwork. Equally at home in modern or classic spaces, the thick yarns and versatile colors give it a timeless appeal. The dyeing and finishing techniques used add a vintage look, subtle sheen and one-of-a-kind variations in color and texture.

Please note that shedding is a natural occurrence in high-quality wool rugs, but will decrease over time. The amount of shedding will depend on the traffic pattern and use of your rug.

Made in
India

    Construction: Hand-knotted

    How it’s made

    Expert weavers graph and then create each hand-knotted wool rug one tiny knot at a time, completing about two inches or less per day. These skills are handed down—some weavers are part of a sixth generation of weavers.

    Construction

    Weavers set columns of warps stretching across the loom. They complete the first weft, tamp it down with a mallet and continue through the entire rug, creating a one-of-a-kind work of art that is exceptionally durable.

    Finish details

    Hand-knotted rugs do not require backing layers because their construction makes them naturally stable and incredibly durable. Each rug is thoroughly inspected for quality and consistency, then washed.

Artisan Crafted by Obeetee

The company is India's leading producer and exporter of hand-knotted, hand-tufted and flat-woven rugs. Skilled weavers use their artistry to create rugs of lasting beauty and durability. Socially and environmentally, Obeetee’s practices are the gold standard in the industry. In addition to providing high compensation and favorable working conditions, the company supports local school systems.

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