Indian Wool 4 x 6(175 items)
Welcome to the Indian Wool 4 x 6 Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Indian Wool 4 x 6
By Kathryn P.
This rug is gorgeous!
I love the rich colors and the design. The blues are much more striking than in the photo. It appears to be well constructed and I enjoy thinking of the person who so carefully made this rug. This is a carpet that probably would not withstand heavy traffic such as in an entry hall, but it is perfect for our guest bedroom.
Popular Indian Wool 4 x 6
Geometric Design Wool Dhurrie Rug in Red and Wine Hues, "Geometric Illusion in Red"$159.99
Woven of wool on a cotton warp using a traditional handloom, this dhurrie rug is designed by India's Sowalayha Siddiqui. Rich reds ranging from geranium red to deep maroon form pleasing geometric patterns. Such rugs can take as many as four or five days to complete.
Chain Stitched 100% Wool Tiger Motif Rug from India, "Royal Tiger"$282.99
Amit Moza designs a unique and dramatic rug to bring a traditional Indian craft into the modern home. Shaped like a tiger design, it is skillfully crafted with intricate chain stitch work, done by hand. The uniquely shaped honey yellow tiger is patterned with cream, golden yellow, and jet black details that can take up to 20 days to complete. The plain cotton backing adds durability.
Chain-Stitched Animal-Themed Wool Area Rug from India, "The Jungle World III"$254.99
Says Indian artisan Amit Moza, "Kashmir is famous for beautiful and creative works of art. I want to spread Kashmir’s art and craft." He creates this stunning wool area rug, featuring chain-stitched patterns performed by hand to depict birds, deer, and other animals that live in their vibrant jungle home. Using a specialized hook known as an Amit carefully embroiders each animal for a winning composition that brings the beauty of India to your home.
Indian Multicolored Striped Geometric Wool Area Rug (4x6), "Colorful Bliss"$157.99
Stripes of crimson and eggshell cover the body of this area rug, punctuated by geometric motifs in pumpkin and maize, with olive borders. Handwoven from 100% wool, the rug is presented by Sonik Sethi, working with local Indian artisans to create a welcoming piece. The rug is finished with petite fringes on the ends.