Isabelline

Prentice Hand-Knotted Brown/Navy Area Rug Isabelline

These Afghan rugs are made in the villages of zakini, tiamani and kodani, which are located in the province of Herat, Afghanistan. As a result of the past 30 years of war and foreign invasion of Afghanistan, most of the weavers in the villages have moved to the cities and are no longer weaving rugs. Therefore, you rarely see a newly woven rug in the market but this particular rug was made by the weavers in the villages of Herat. They are woven on flat wooden looms tut this particular rug was made by the weavers in the villages of Herat. They are woven on flat wooden looms that lay on the ground, with 100 percent wool from their own sheep. All of the washing and the natural vegetable dying of the wool is done in their villages. Isabelline read more