Plarina Hand-Knotted Rug

$798
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Elaborate scrollwork has been carefully guided into tribal designs of deep sapphire, bronzed copper and jewel-tones to create a skillful display of artistry in the Plarina Hand-Knotted Rug. Full of sophisticated craftsmanship and global flair, this exceptional rug is a piece to be handed down for generations. Taking inspiration from generations of culture and custom, the nomadic Afghan people create these striking rugs as a way to honor their ancestry. The individual color schemes and combination of symbols are reflective of personal experiences. Unlike commercially manufactured rugs that are free of imperfections, each Afghan Rug is hand-knotted and its eye- catching inconsistencies speak to the unique artistic process of each weaver making every rug imperfectly perfect. We find these rugs in out of the way villages and cherish them like rare jewels. The respect we have for the artistic integrity of the rug, and the families that create them, is why we purchase each one for well above standard price. We are committed to helping these communities and bridging the gap between cultures.

  • 7’x 4’ 3”
  • The wool is durable enough to stand up against heavy foot traffic and remain soft at the same time.
  • It is important to rotate your wool rug to prevent excessive wear patterns and uneven sun exposure.
  • We recommend placing a pad underneath to prevent wrinkles and slipping.
  • Made from 100% wool
  • Made with natural dyes
  • Hand-knotted in Afghanistan
  • For indoor use only

When we founded YaYa & Co. our mission was not just to build a beautiful brand but to create a way to improve our earth. All of our products are sourced from incredible artisans or small family owned makers. We always meet our makers and use only the highest quality natural materials, sourced responsibly. Our brand was founded when we built and launched a school for women outisde of Punjab India, an institute that brings girls out of poverty, trafficking and horrendous life conditions - and employs them, teaches them trade, and makes them self sufficient. Now we are planting trees in the Amazon Rainforest with every order made on our site. 

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