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  • Style Number: 332LR10
  • Collection: Pelle
  • Brand: St. Croix Trading
  • Material: Leather and Denim
  • Weave: Hand Tied
  • Styles: Solid & Striped, Shag & Flokati Rugs
  • Origin: India
  • Returns: Returns Accepted Within 14 Days of Delivery.
  • Cancellations: Online orders can be modified or canceled within 24 hours of placing the order. Because we may begin processing your order immediately, it may not be possible to modify or cancel existing orders even within 24 hours of placement.

Bold, durable, and strikingly unique, the Pelle Collection of Leather Rugs is a mixture of leather and denim. This rug is hand tied and then reversed inside out and bound at the edges to create a low pile, luxuriously thick reversible leather & denim rug. This luxurious rug is made using short blue leather strips and twisted denim strips tightly double woven to a cotton foundation making it totally reversible. This weaving process creates the ultimate centerpiece of texture and dimension. Hand made in India, the leather and denim rug has accents of varying shades of blue to white. An elegant complement to any decor and is also extremely durable and very easy to care for.

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Returns Accepted Within 14 Days of Delivery. For our full return policy and details click here

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.

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