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Quarry, Ivory, 8' x 10'

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In stock on 9/14/20. Order it now.

Item Description

Hand-woven in India of 100% wool, the Quarry Collection sets a refined, heavily textured tone that can work in any space.

Features

  • Rug pad recommended.
  • No backing.
  • Hand woven.

About Loloi

Loloi believes that innovative design, an eye for detail, and a commitment to craft produces truly distinctive rugs, and the belief that the only home accent worth making and having is one that is uncompromisingly original drives their design process.  No rug company has received as many ARTS Awards—the rug industry’s most prestigious honor—than Loloi since they were founded in 2004.
Dimensions
  • Overall: 7'-9"W x 9'-9"L
Specifications
  • Weight: 70.27 lbs
  • Backing: No Backing
  • Material: 100% Wool
  • Pile Height: 0.75"
  • Construction Method: Hand Woven
Material
  • Wool
Shipping
  • Ships Ground
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Made in
  • India
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