Tibetan Carpet with Auspicious Symbol – Endless knot 

Tibetan Carpet with Auspicious Symbol – Endless knot 

$399

Tibetan Carpet with Auspicious Symbol – Endless knot is hand-knotted in Nepal. The art of weaving is an old tradition in the Kingdom of Nepal.

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Tibetan Carpet with Auspicious Symbol – Endless knot is hand-knotted in Nepal. The art of weaving is an old tradition in the Kingdom of Nepal.

All Tibetan carpets are made of 100% organic wool with an 80*100cm size.

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.

All the carpets are made of organic materials and all the carpets are hand-made. The vegetable dyes used to make carpest are tea leaves, Barberry plant, rumex leaf, myrobalan nut, madder root, indigo rock, etc.

There are several steps involved in the Tibetan carpet-making process. Carpet weaving is a traditional occupation of Himalayan people who started many years ago.

Learn more about the Traditional Tibetan carpet making process in our blog post.

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Dimensions 80 × 100 cm

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