Khal Mohammadi rugs are in some ways unique. Not named after a city or region they are named after the legendary figure that created the unmistakable design. Khal Mohammad, the father of 25, created the design while living in Afghanistan. Today most Khal Mohammadi rugs are woven in or around the town of Kunduz in the north of Afghanistan. Khal Mohammadis are warm and welcoming. The colors are dark, usually deep reds with dark blue or black used for detail. The color and dyes themselves are what give the rug its name, it was Khal Mohammadi who developed the red tones found in these rugs. This part is common in every Hand-knotted rug.
Hand-knotted rugs are the cream of the crop when it comes to area rugs. A skilled weaver individually ties every Single knot to create intricate patterns and designs. At Rugs & More, we use the top grain purest wool to provide the highest quality, one-of-a-kind, Hand-knotted rugs in New Zealand. Our Hand Knotted rugs are considered to be of first-grade top-notch quality.
If you purchase an area rug made with inferior wool, you not only compromise on quality but will also end up with a shedding and poor life out of your rug. Inferior quality wool is highly processed and is not the purest form, therefore provides cheaper production costs for cheaper quality of rug. When you buy from us, we provide you the best Hand-knotted rugs in the market to last you generations. This rug is of first-grade top-notch quality and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Your Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Tip: We recommend the use of SlipStop rug grip to reduce the friction to protect your flooring and extend your rug’s life. Slipstop rug grip, also keeps rug in place over the carpet and hard floors and makes vacuuming easy.
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