Mughal Handwoven Rug
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Mughal Super Fine Handwoven Rug


Dimensions: 9'0" x 12'1"
Rug #: 38149

Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara women using handspun Ghazni wool. This exquisite design is reminiscent of a Mansur flower “portrait”. Mansur was the most accomplished natural history painter under the fourth Mughal Emperor, Jahangir. His flower “portraits” started being utilized for general decorative use during the reign of Shah Jahan, the fifth Mughal Emperor of India who built the Taj Mahal.

After the weaving is completed, the rug undergoes a rigorous antiquing process. This type of carpet can easily take up to a year to produce, and ultimately culminates into a beautiful, one-of-a-kind, luxe carpet.

PANTONE shades: We do our best to find the closest match to one or multiple colors in the rug. The shade card we choose may not always be the perfect one, but we do our best (it’s a lot of work)! At times we may show multiple shade cards so you can get a better sense of color. Finally, when photographing rugs from the same group (shipment, collection, SKU, etc.) we will often use one or two shade card(s) so that you can get a good sense of the coloration. Hope you enjoy viewing our beautiful rugs!

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