8x10 New Agra Beige Burgundy Wool and Silk
New Agra in 8x10. Beige field colour and Burgundy Border.
The process to create our Indo Persian collection is equally as important as the craftsmanship.
The art of weaving in India can be traced back to the 16th century when it was introduced during time of the Persian Empire, under Mughal Rule.
By the end of this period, the rug weaving industry began to truly flourish as northern India had developed a real talent for weaving rugs.
These classic designs are New Zealand wool and natural silk from India. They're using contemporary colours and are delicate in design.
These will enhance your home with timeless statement for many generations.
Colour: Beige and Burgundy are the core colours. Grey on Border.
Production method: Hand Knotted in India. Persian Weave. Fine knot count. 196 KPSI approx.
Material: Hand-carded, Handspun New Zealand wool. Natural Silk. 40/40 ratio respectively. Cotton base.
Dimensions: 7'11"x 10'00"