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Manchaha - LES-867 10'X14'

New, Manchaha
Artisan Made
Lustrous Finish

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Madhu, Manisha, Asha, and Bhagwati

A group of four young and talented weavers, sisters Madhu, Manisha, Asha and Bhagwati are from Sakray, Rajasthan. They are all in their 20s and weaved their first Manchaha rug together in a creative collaboration that brings to life all their individual eccentricities as well as unique ideas.

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Construction
Hand Knotted
Content
50% Wool 50% Rayon Made From Bamboo
Thickness (Inches)
2/7"
Product Details
The Chowkdi rug is a representation of the four sisters' greatest strength: their bond. Meaning 'group of four people,' the rug is divided into four parts. The youngest has a still-developing design sensibility that is raw, which then becomes a little more mature with the older sister's inputs. The second oldest sister brings in janjeera (intricate flower patterns) and jhoomar (chandelier) motifs. The eldest sister has woven in the round pattern. The rug is woven in a consistent yet striking color palette.
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Catalog Code
LES-867
Design
Chowkdi
Size
10'X14'
Shape
Rectangle
Construction
Hand Knotted
Content
50% Wool 50% Rayon Made From Bamboo
Backing
N/A
Origin
India
Style
Traditional, Updated Traditional
Various Note
Please Note: All sizes are nominal, accepted variance is +/- 3"
Care Instructions
Blot stains immediately and clean with a mild soap and cold water. Blot dry with clean, absorbent towel. Avoid prolonged exposure to moisture. Shedding is normal: vacuum regularly with beater bar off, and shedding will reduce over time.
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