This patchwork design, hand-woven traditional Indian Kilim is made from hand dyed yarn by artisans working in Northern India’s Rajasthan, near the city of Jaipur. The rich hues are created by a unique process of over dyeing, which takes place after the weaving and adds to the unique beauty of each Kilim; with the uneven dyed look, no two rugs are exactly alike. Patches of varying color and size are then used to form a unique carpet.
Produced by patching together over dyed carpets for a unique, oneof-a-kind piece.
Over dyeing means an acid wash is applied to the original carpet piece to remove color allowing for the piece to be dyed one color.
Vegetable dyes are used to piece dye these wool rugs.
Spot clean with a mild soap and air dry.
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight. It may cause discoloration.
Use a rug pad to avoid color transfer and limit wear to prolong the life of your rug.