Density: 80-knots per square inch
Material: Himalayan Wool
Yours to Customise
Colours, fringing and other details are often able to be changed. Use our enquiry below.
This striking maze-like design draws on detail from traditional tribal raffia textiles from the Kuba kingdom in the Congo. These embroidered cloths have been individually conceptualised with the patterns being passed through the generations, staying within the family. The overall scale of our Kuba rug has a contemporary effect while the soft, imperfect edges of the motif recall the intricately handmade nature of the original textile that inspired it.
Hand-knotted New Zealand wool (80 knots per square inch); also available in /re/PURPOSE PERFORMANCE fibres
10-16 Weeks delivery
Other colours, dimensions and rug styles available on custom orders; please make an enquiry below.
All made-to-order rugs have lead times between 10-14 weeks depending on size. All in-stock rugs are shipped and delivered within 1-2 weeks.
All of our rugs are handmade in either Nepal or India where the heritage of rug-weaving is centuries old. Details of the specialties in each location can be found here.
We use Tibetan-style knotting in our hand-knotted rugs which is a specialty of Nepal. In India, our weavers embrace innovation and produce flatwoven, handloom, and hand-knotted rugs in almost any fibre including wools, silks, linens and our rePURPOSE PERFORMANCE fibres. For more details on both click here.
Regular maintenance will always help to extend the life of your rug. You’re probably best heading over to our Rug Care Guide for general information and tips. For any specific queries, please contact our studio.
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Colours, fringing and other details are often able to be changed. Just use our enquiry form.