Two-tone green and orange gabbeh style rug handwoven in Nepal.
Almost impossible to find these primary green and orange colors in a Persian rug.
Condition is mint and the rug appears unused. Plush and thick.
Side cords and cotton fringes are in superb shape. As is often done in gabbeh style rugs, the ends are tucked under and sewn down — so there are no fringes to wear down or get soiled.
This is a perfect rug for someone who wants a heavy duty, durable carpet that can handle active foot traffic.
This carpet is also comparable to midcentury modern Danish Rya or pop art style shag rugs. Or the Panton Eames era rugs of the 50s, 60s and 70s, a style sometimes labeled Hollywood Regency as well.
Gabbeh rugs are tribal style carpets with open uncluttered fields and minimalist designs. They often work better with midcentury and modern or contemporary styles and decor than the more baroque and intricate floral Persian carpets of yesteryear.
Woven from 100% natural wool and cotton.
Woven in Nepal, which has a rich history of handmade carpet weaving.
This is a solid rug and, again, it can handle lively foot traffic anywhere in the home.
This rug could work well in a range of decors, including modern, mid-century, and Southwestern.
Exact size is 6 ft. by 4 ft. 1990s.
Shipping will be $34 within the continental U.S.
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