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Manchaha - LES-978 9'X12'

New, Manchaha
Artisan Made
Lustrous Finish

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Santosh

Santosh from Dhanota, Rajasthan is a 30-year-old weaver who is driven by creativity and curiosity. During her childhood, she learned the art of weaving rugs from her uncle, but her parents wanted her to focus on studies. However, the loom at her uncle's house always caught her heart and attention. Her journey with the loom started again after her marriage, and it has been consistent weaving in the five years that followed. She is a proud mother of two girls and one boy, all of them are in school, and she hopes to see them working for a big company someday.

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Construction
Hand Knotted
Content
50% Wool 50% Rayon Made From Bamboo
Thickness (Inches)
2/7"
Product Details
Methi which translates to 'fenugreek' is the name Santosh chose for her rug. She named it after she started weaving the crop into the beginning of the design. Later, she went on to weave bajra (pearl millet) into her design. She has also woven laddoos, which are an Indian sweet, water chestnuts, and leheriya patterns that beautify her rug even more.
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Catalog Code
LES-978
Design
Methi
Size
9'X12'
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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