5'x7'  Traditional Collection

KK-313 - Shag rug - 5'.5"x7'.11"
KK-313 - Shag rug - 5'.5"x7'.11"

Hand knotted pile rug made using all long shag handspun wool and a wonderfully fun design. This fun carpet is modeled after an antique Moroccan tribal rug. It is knotted in a textured weave with long shaggy soft handspun wool and spontaneous organic designs give this rug a “modern tribal” feel. The background brown color is entirely un-dyed natural wool color from brown sheep. Add unique texture and design to your home and very soft texture

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KK-164 - Mamluk - 5'.1"x6'.10"
KK-164 - Mamluk - 5'.1"x6'.10"

Hand knotted pile rug rug made using natural dyes and handspun wool. This rug comes from our Nooristan collection, one of the most finely woven carpets produced anywhere with all natural dyes and handspun wool. The knotting is around 180 nots per square inch. This striking rug has the distinct design and colors favored by Mamluk Sultans. These unique geometric rugs are equally well suited for contemporary or traditional interiors.

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KK-172 -  Kazak - 4'.10"x7'.2"
KK-172 - Kazak - 4'.10"x7'.2"

Hand knotted pile carpet made with all natural dyes, handcarded, handspun wool, and finely woven with 150kpi. Asymmetrically knotted as is the tradition with the Ersari weavers who created this rug. This weaving project originated during the time these Turkmen people lived as refugees in Pakistan. Now most have moved back to their homelands in the north of Afghanistan where this carpet was woven. All weaving takes place in individual weaver’s homes

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KK-176 - Engsi -  4'.10"x6'.8"
KK-176 - Engsi - 4'.10"x6'.8"

This hand knotted pile rug is made using 100% natural dyes and hand-spun wool; commissioned by the Nomad Rugs design team and woven by Turquoise Mt. weavers.

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KK-156 - Folk Theme -
KK-156 - Folk Theme -

Hand knotted pile rug rug made using natural dyes and handspun wool. This rug comes from our Nooristan collection, one of the most finely woven carpets produced anywhere with natural dyes and handspun wool. The knotting is around 120 nots per square inch.

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KK-173 - Kazak - 4'.11"x7'.1"
KK-173 - Kazak - 4'.11"x7'.1"

Hand knotted pile carpet made with all natural dyes, handcarded, handspun wool, and finely woven with 150kpi. Asymmetrically knotted as is the tradition with the Ersari weavers who created this rug. This weaving project originated during the time these Turkmen people lived as refugees in Pakistan. Now most have moved back to their homelands in the north of Afghanistan where this carpet was woven. All weaving takes place in individual weaver’s homes

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KK-163 - Mamluk - 4'.11"x6'.9"
KK-163 - Mamluk - 4'.11"x6'.9"

Hand knotted pile rug rug made using natural dyes and handspun wool. This rug comes from our Nooristan collection, one of the most finely woven carpets produced anywhere with all natural dyes and handspun wool. The knotting is around 180 nots per square inch. This striking rug has the distinct design and colors favored by Mamluk Sultans. These unique geometric rugs are equally well suited for contemporary or traditional interiors.

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KK-157 - Gabbeh - 4'.11"x6'.7"
KK-157 - Gabbeh - 4'.11"x6'.7"

This hand knotted pile rug is made using 100% natural dyes and handspun wool. This rug is woven with around 120kpi. The lovely tribal rug with stylized trees, goats and pictorial landscape was inspired by a Luri tribal gabbeh rug. Weaving for the rug takes place in the northern areas of Afghanistan, the home of the Turkmen people. Carpet weaving is perhaps the most essential and revered cultural activity for Turkmen; something which traditionally all women take part in. The art of weaving is rev

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KK-162 - Mamluk - 4'.11"x6'.11"
KK-162 - Mamluk - 4'.11"x6'.11"

Hand knotted pile rug rug made using natural dyes and handspun wool. This rug comes from our Nooristan collection, one of the most finely woven carpets produced anywhere with all natural dyes and handspun wool. The knotting is around 180 nots per square inch. This striking rug has the distinct design and colors favored by Mamluk Sultans. These unique geometric rugs are equally well suited for contemporary or traditional interiors.

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