Peruvian Wool Rugs(98 items)
Welcome to the Peruvian Wool Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Wool Rugs
The color scheme and artwork of this rug lifts my living space to new heights. The rug is one of the most beautiful that I have ever seen. Thank you so much.
I picked this rug online, but little did I know how beautiful it was until the rug arrived! In my opinion it is too nice to be on the floor.
Gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous!
The red version of this rug doesnt begin to match the picture tonalities. The rug is so exquisite and vibrant I want more offerings in larger sizes. As soon as I laid the rug beside my bed my cat was in complete disbelief, Really, this is for me? She loves it. This is a spectacular piece of art--please consider making a 4x6 and 5x 8 size.
Cerapio Vallejo Handwoven wool rugs and tapestries
"I draw inspiration from our ancient Peruvian cultures, Andean village life, and from our snow-capped mountains."
"My art form was handed down to me from my parents and grandparents. But the quality of my work is the result of my long... read more
Popular Peruvian Wool Rugs
Modern Wool Striped Multicolor Area Rug (4x6), "Multicolor"
Simple yet striking in design, this multicolored reversible rug by Cerapio Vallejo offers a modern interpretation of traditional Ayacucho geometric patterns. The work is elaborated from wool and cotton blend and Vallejo uses a combination of warm, comforting colors and sky blue rays. Vallejo's mesmerizing rug is a creation of superior quality, lending distinct Andean innovation to the home.
Titled "Multicolor" in Spanish.
Inca-Inspired Wool Area Rug from Peru (2x3), "Inca Empire"$119.95
Inspired by the textiles of the ancient Inca, Peruvian artisan Gamaniel Esmit creates a beautiful area rug. In tones of crimson, saffron, and tangerine, geometric patterns decorate this handwoven wool rug, interspersed with zigzagging stripes of smoke grey.
Exquisitely Handcrafted Bird Area Rug (6x8), "Hummingbirds"$719.99
This breathtaking Ayacucho rug comes from Cerapio Vallejo. This amazing craft has been around for centuries in the state of Ayacucho, having been passed down to the Incas after originating among the ancient Wari culture of Peru. Vallejo's preferred technique, called is characterized by a tight weave. Although extra fabric and 15 days of hard work are required for such rugs, the end result is an extraordinarily clear illustration. Vallejo achieves the rich colors in the rug by using natural dyes.
Titled "Colibrí" in Spanish.