Tibetan Carpet with Auspicious Symbol – conch shell

Tibetan Carpet with Auspicious Symbol – conch shell

$399

Tibetan Carpet with conch shell Design 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 conch shell Design is hand-knotted in Nepal. The art of weaving is an old tradition in the Kingdom of Nepal, especially in the mountainous region of the country.

Radii, Pakhi, Bakkhu, Darhi (with pile) are well-known Nepalese products produced in these regions using indigenous wool.

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Dimensions 80 × 100 cm

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