a handwoven wool rug in dark charcoal and cream with a bold geometric pattern hangs from wooden pegs on a clothes line against a white wall

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these rugs are handwoven in a zapotec indigenous community in teotitlan de valle, a region of oaxaca in mexico on wooden pedal looms. they are made of a wool weft on a cotton warp. the neutral tones come from the varied natural colours of the sheep and the intricate traditional patterns are filled with meaning and symbolism.

this rug features a bold, modern, simplified interpretation of the traditional symbol for corn

these medium rugs are a perfect size for kitchens, foyers, or as an accent in the living room or bedroom. these rugs also look beautiful when they're hung on the wall as a tapestry

dimensions: 30" x 60" + 3" fringe at each end

material: wool weft, cotton warp

care: spot clean as needed or hand wash cold with a gentle detergent. lay flat to dry

made in mexico

due to the handmade nature of this product some colour and texture variation is to be expected - it's just proof that it was made by human hands!