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PLEASE NOTE that this product is custom made to order, and cannot be exchanged, returned or cancelled. And because of its size and or does not automatically qualify for free shipping. We will happily send you a shipping quote when you have ordered this product. If you would like to know shipping costs prior to ordering, feel free to send us a message at [email protected]
The essence of traditional Japanese straw tatamis are the inspiration for these dhurries made with 50% New Zealand wool and 50% jute. Hand-loomed in India, the structure and shine of the jute blended with the softness of the wool create a mesmerising combination.
Available in two standard sizes: 170 x 240 cm and 200 x 300 cm.
Bespoke sizes are also possible, just send us an email at [email protected] to ask for the possibilities.
Fiber 50% New Zealand wool + 50% Jute
Technique Hand loomed
Type Dhurrie · Density 32,500 knots/m2 Total height 5 mm · Weight 1.2 kg/m2
Driven by a singular desire and a very creative background, Nani established nanimarquina in 1987 with a clear goal: to design unique and surprising handcrafted rugs for people to enjoy.
The idea of blending contemporary design to traditional rugs was well received and soon nanimarquina embarked on the adventure of outsourcing production to those countries that offered cultural value and unlimited possibilities for rug craftsmanship.
Nani Marquina is a family-owned company, pioneer in the field of contemporary rug design; searching for constant innovation, handcraft techniques, and new materials.
TAKING CARE OF YOUR RUG
As all our rugs are handcrafted, they may differ slightly in size to the original model.
We also dye our rugs by hand, so colour tones may vary a little.
Prolonged exposure to sunlight may alter rug colour tone and may even cause discolouring.
Shading or pooling effects may appear on cut-pile rugs. Depending on pile direction and the way the light strikes it, colour depth and luminosity may appear to vary.
Some of our rugs are woven from natural yarns made up of several different strands of fibre twisted together. In cut-pile rugs, these yarns may shed loose fibres when in use. We recommend you vacuum your rug regularly to remove the fluff formed by these fibres. After vacuuming, loose fibres may appear in cut-pile rugs. We recommend you trim these with a pair of scissors.