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Drawing inspiration from Polonaise, Art & Crafts and Deco motifs, Arabesque is modern collection of past eras. Transitional in feel, these rugs are a nod to the past; hand-tufted of 100% over-twisted wool all feature a heavy wash giving them an antique feel.
Vacuum regularly as new wool rugs can shed yarn fibers for up to three months. Avoid direct and continuous exposure to sunlight. Do not pull loose ends, clip them with scissors to remove. Clean liquid spills immediately by blotting with cloth or sponge. For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is recommended.
Please Note: The images we display have the most accurate color possible. Due to differences in computer monitors, we cannot be responsible for variations in color between the actual product and your screen. Please be advised that in some cases patterns and colors may vary according to size. Lengths and widths may vary from the published dimensions. We do our best to provide you with an accurate measurement, but please be advised that some variation exists and this is not a manufacturing defect.
(Wednesday, March 14, 2012)