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Deliante Designs

"Journeys" is an artist designed rug by Danielle David Grinnen. Each rug is made to order in Nepal. The Tibetan wool is hand carded, and spun, hand dyed and then hand knotted at 100 knots per square inch. This rug is GoodWeave certified, which means that independent GoodWeave inspectors have visited the loom or factory where this rug was made to ensure no child had a hand in its making. A portion of the proceeds goes to starting school for children in Southeast Asia.

Contemporary Area Rug from Deliante Designs, Model: TIbetan Wool, 100 knots per square inch
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Model: TIbetan Wool, 100 knots per square inch

General Style: Contemporary

Essential Properties: Handmade, Artisan, Environmentally Green

Weave: Handknotted, Handmade

Design: Abstract, Curvilinear

Shape: Rectangle (Also available in Square, Round, Runner)

Origin: Nepal

Material: Wool (Also available in Natural Fiber)

Knots Per Square Inch: Fewer than 160 (Also available in 160 to 300)

Age: Contemporary

Features: Carved (Also available in Custom)

Color / Finish: Yellow, White, Vegetable Dye, Pink, Blue, Multicolored, Green, Gray, Orange

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