Hand Woven Earthtone Rugs(22 items)
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Gregorio Ruiz Zapotec wool rugs
"I was born to weave, academia was definitely not for me! I remember skipping school with my friends to swim in the dams and pick guavas."
I like what I do, and I'm inspired by my surroundings and the culture here in Oaxaca. One of the challenges I face is to become independent, have my own designs and select my color schemes. And I want my art to reach people from other places and be recognized... read more
Popular Hand Woven Earthtone Rugs
Earth-Tone Geometric Wool Dhurrie Rug from India (3x5, 5x8), "Geometric Homestead"$209.99
The perfect addition to your homestead, this handwoven wool area rug features earth-tone geometric motifs for an elegant aesthetic. Sonik Sethi presents the rug, crafted by local artisans. The dhurrie is completed with petite fringe work at the ends.
Handwoven 2.5x5 Striped Wool Zapotec Area Rug from Mexico, "Zapotec Stripes"$179.99
Magnificent earth tones that capture the beauty of the Mexican countryside are achieved with natural dyes to create stripes along this Zapotec area rug. Gregorio Ruiz of the Ruiz Bazan family designs the rug, which is woven by hand of wool on an artisanal loom. He adds geometric designs that accentuate the stripes for a home accent that brings the spirit of Oaxaca to your home. The rectangular rug is finished with fringes at each end.
Hand Woven Earth Toned Wool Runner Rug, "Southern Stars"$319.99
This stunning runner rug is created by Mario Chavez in Mexico. The artisans work with 100% wool that has been dyed with natural pigments such as walnut bark, dried flowers and cochineal. The runner is hand woven on a traditional loom with a Zapotec star motif in rust, amber and lichen. Warm earth tones make it a versatile accent for any room.
Zapotec Wool Runner with Small and Large Crosses (1x6.5), "Cultural Intersection"$109.99
The Zapotec weaving tradition to which artisan Gregorio Ruiz of Oaxaca belongs bears the stamp of both ancient customs and more recent European influences. The patterns and natural dye ingredients hark back to pre-Columbian times, but the use of sheep's wool and foot looms was introduced by the Spanish. This fringed Zapotec runner which Gregorio Ruiz crafts features wool that has been dyed lovely shades of alabaster, forest green, and brick using natural dyes. Larger crosses are bordered by horizontal rows of smaller crosses in the loom-woven runner's design. Ivory fringe adorns the ends of the colorful home accent piece.