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Kuba Khan Konagkend Rug
Size (ft): 3'1"x5'6"
Area: 1.61 m2
Density: 170 000 knots per square meter
Dyes: 100% natural dyes: madder, spurge / euphorbia, indigo, pomegranate skins, dyer's weed (Reseda Luteola L.)
Materials: Handcarded and handspun wool for pile, wool warps and cotton wefts
Hand Woven in Azerbaijan
Design: The dark indigo blue field with Konagkend design of angular panel vine and scrolling motifs, in an aqua green Kufic main border between reciprocal skittle-pattern stripes and diagonal striped "Pakhlava" (National Azeri layered pastry with walnut filling) motif minor borders and outer barber-pole stripes
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For more information about the above rug or to place an order please email firstname.lastname@example.org (Baku, Azerbaijan) or email@example.com (San Francisco Bay Area). We will get back to you within 24 hours or less.