Chinese 8'10'' X 12'1'' Hand-Knotted Wool Rug

SKU: 5025098


Many different methods, including asymmetric knots, offset warps, and skip warps, were used to create early Chinese rugs. Knots that are tied differently on the front and back of the rug are referred to as asymmetric knots. Offset warps are warp threads that are not spaced equally, giving the rug's pattern a wavelike appearance. Skip warps are instances of warp threads skipping places, which results in creating carved texture in the rug.
Chinese rugs are frequently adorned with geometric designs like stripes, stars, and diamonds even animal designs, including horses, tigers, and dragons. Although silk or cotton were occasionally used, wool was the material of choice for most Chinese carpets.

Care Instruction

Swiftly attend to spills by gently patting them away with a pristine, snow-white sponge or cloth. For a thorough cleanse, enlist the aid of a professional cleaner. Elevate your rug's comfort and safety with a fitting rug pad, enhancing grip, softness, and resilience. Embrace the natural shedding process. Employ a vacuum with a gentle touch, opting for a beater bar-free model or adjusting it to accommodate your rug's plushness. Glide your vacuum methodically across the entirety of the rug, pivoting gracefully between sections instead of oscillating back and forth.


During transit (Shipping), if the texture of the rug will be pressed and there may be some visible creases. Please note that, this is not a defect and it should be unnoticeable after a few days.

All rug sizes are approximate, We have made every effort to display the colors of our rugs as accurately as possible, however the colors may vary depending on display types (computer/phone screen) and the physical lighting condition of your space"

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