Super Chubi Mamluk - 5'9" x 7'11" (176cm x 242cm)
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This is a Mamluk rug, sometimes known as Mamlook or Mamlouk rugs. Interestingly, the true origins of the first Mamluk carpets are still being studied as scholars have not come to a consensus on where they were first made. These beautiful pieces were a new form of interior decoration for both religious and residential purposes. Mamluk rugs are usually woven with asymmetrical knots and S-spun wool. They are distinctive in their design, usually featuring geometric motifs and coloured red.
This is a Chobi rug, sometimes spelled Choobi, Choubi, or Chubi rug, deriving from the Persian word "choob" which translates to "wood". Chobi is defined as a wood-like color. It consists of 100% natural dyes made from hand gathered fruit, vegetables, roots, tree bark and dried shells. It is the most labor intensive rug of all tribal rugs for this region. Usually the wool originates from the Himalaya Sheep. The dyes are steadfast, fade proof and long lasting. These rugs are usually all hand spun and hand knotted. They are characterized by their large geometric floral patterns, considered to be one of the famous brand names among most designers.
This rug is made using fine wool. This rug's natural material is luxuriously soft to the touch while extremely durable, made using only the finest grade of wool. With this rug you can expect quality that will last you a lifetime.
This traditional-style rug brings elegance and class to your room. The rich pattern and design gives the rug a beautiful classic look. Most traditional rugs carry colours and motifs that are related to the region it was made.
This rug is made in Afghanistan. Afghan rugs are mostly assembled in northern and western Afghanistan, by various tribes and ethnic groups but mainly by Turkmen. Almost all of Afghan weavers make rugs that are about the same as those they have woven for decades.Various vegetable, and other natural dyes are the foundation of afghan rugs. The most typical rug that is made by Afghans is that of the octagonal elephant's foot (Bukhara) print, often with a red background.
This rug has a classic rust colour, similar to orange. The autumnal hue on this rug will provide year-long warmth on your floor. This rustic rug conveys creativity, youth, and enthusiasm. Our rust rugs include shades and tones such as orange, apricot, and bronze rugs. Please note due to screen resolution and colour of pixels, the image may look slightly different than the actual rug.
This rug is finished with fringes, which are the warps of the rug that run all the way through the rug.
This medium size rug is perfect for small living rooms, bedrooms, recreational rooms, and more. This size rug fits well underneath a coffee table, in front of a bed, or in any common room.