Rajasthan, | AUTHENTIC CRAFT. CREATED IN INDIA.

Handwoven Jawaja Rug

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Handwoven Jawaja Rug
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Rajasthan, | AUTHENTIC CRAFT. CREATED IN INDIA.

Handwoven Jawaja Rug

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A lovely home accessory, this handcrafted Jawaja Rug is perfect to impart that homespun feel to your decor. Available in a multitude of colours, this attractive grey striped Jawaja rug beautifully crafted by the deft hands of Rajasthani artisans has a cosy, rustic appeal of its own. While initially used by the locals for their own needs, these rugs, also called Dhurries, were subsequently commercialised to provide them with a source of income. Today, these iconic sturdy rugs are woven on extra-wide looms as they are thicker than the generic rug. These diligent craftsmen source cotton, wool, and jute yarns from a nearby town of Beawar and spin the bobbins for the looms by themselves. The myriad of simple, bold patterns found on these is beautifully designed and versatile enough to to fit into any space.

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Rs. 4,900.00

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Product Details

  • Material : Wool
  • Craft : Jawaja Rugs
  • State : Rajasthan
  • Colour : Grey
  • Product weight : 5 x 3 ft - 2000 grams; 6 x 4 ft - 2500 grams; 7 x 5 ft - 3200 grams; 8 x 5 ft - 1000 grams;
  • Special Attention : Handcrafted. Please Allow For Minor Crafting Defects.
  • Shipping Info : Dispatched in a maximum of 40 business days. Returns accepted within 12 days of delivery.

Jawaja Rugs

Available in a multitude of colours, the Jawaja rug is beautifully crafted by the deft hands of Rajasthani artisans with a cosy, rustic appeal of its own. While initially used by the locals for their own needs, these rugs, also called Dhurries, were subsequently commercialised to provide them with a source of income. Today, these iconic sturdy rugs are woven on extra-wide looms as they are thicker than the generic rug. These diligent craftsmen source cotton, wool, and jute yarns from a nearby town of Beawar and spin the bobbins for the looms by themselves. The myriad of simple, bold patterns found on these is beautifully designed and versatile enough to to fit into any space.

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