Tashi Metok taupe

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Size: 8' x 10'

The eight auspicious symbols of Buddhism—the dharma wheel, pair of golden fish, endless knot, parasol, victory banner, conch, lotus, and treasure vase—alternate with leaves, vines, lotuses, and peonies on a taupe ground with narrow indigo border. The symbols and flowers are rendered in indigo, light blue, peach, raw sienna, cream, brown, sky blue, deep rosewood, and green.

Quality: Gyantse (120 knots per sq. inch)

Dyes: Naturally sourced vegetal dyes

Raw Materials: 100% Tibetan Wool

Handcrafted in Nepal by Tibetan and Nepali Artisans 
We start with Tibetan highland sheep's wool known as "Jampbel", which is prized for its luster, stain-resistance and durability. The wool is carefully prepared using traditional hand-spinning and hand-dyeing methods. Teams of weavers then expertly hand-knot the rug on a vertical loom for months, resulting in a distinctive rug that will increase in beauty over the years.

A portion of your purchase will go to preserving Tibetan culture. Read about Ralo's Social Impact Initiatives here.