Tibetan Rug Eight Auspicious Symbol handmade in Nepal
Tibetan Rug Eight Auspicious Symbol Carpet is handmade in Nepal by Tibetan and Nepalese artisans. These Tibetan carpets are made of 100% organic wool. And the quality is the highest quality with 100 knots/inch. It takes at least 2 months to make since they are hand-knotted by artisans.
Specification Tibetan Rug Eight Auspicious Symbol Carpet:
Size: 90 x 190cm (3 x 6 ft)
Design: Tibetan Carpet Eight Auspicious
Quality: 100 knots
Material: 100% Tibetan Organic Wool
According to wikipedia: Tibetan rug making is an ancient, traditional craft. Tibetan rugs are traditionally made from Tibetan highland sheep‘s wool, called changpel. Tibetans use rugs for many purposes ranging from flooring to wall hanging to horse saddles, though the most common use is as a seating carpet. A typical sleeping carpet measuring around 3 ft × 5 ft (0.91 m × 1.52 m) is called a khaden.
The knotting method used in Tibetan rug making is different from that used in other rug making traditions worldwide. Some aspects of the rug making have been supplanted by cheaper machines in recent times, especially yarn spinning and trimming of the pile after weaving. However, some carpets are still made by hand. The Tibetan diaspora in India and Nepal have established a thriving business in rug making. In Nepal the rug business is one of the largest industries in the country and there are many rug exporters. Tibet also has weaving workshops, but the export side of the industry is relatively undeveloped compared with Nepal and India.
You can also explore Tibetan art in the form of Tibetan thangka
In case of customer support and checkout inquiries we have very good return policies.
We do have return policy of 7 days. However, Buyers are requested to make thorough inspection before they make a decision to purchase. If the items reach there in damaged condition it has to be reported with proof like pictures and additional supporting documents so that we can verify and make necessary insurance claim.