Zapotec Multicolor Rugs(79 items)
Welcome to the Zapotec Multicolor Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Zapotec Multicolor Rugs
Nearly 15 years ago, I spent time in Oaxaca and visited Teotitlan del Valle, the village where most of these beautiful weavings are created (perhaps I even stopped by Albertos shop). I was unable to purchase a rug at that time, so it gives me much joy to have discovered Novica and to now have Albertos gorgeous rug warming my bedroom floor. Muchisimas gracias!
Alfredo Ruiz Hand-woven Zapotec rugs
"I believe the art of weaving Zapotec rugs is unique. My inspiration comes from everything I see around me – the landscapes, nature, people and animals."
Popular Zapotec Multicolor Rugs
Unique Geometric Small Wool Rug (1.5x3), "Two Windows"$99.99
Glowing in the blue night, stars appear in intricate geometry. Delfina Ruiz demonstrates Mexico's Zapotec artistry and her own weaving skills with this dazzling wool rug. Created of virgin wool on a traditional handloom, the accent rug takes its colors from natural dyes. in Spanish.
Wool rug (2x3), "Tribute to Joan Miro"$184.99
Delfina Ruiz takes her inspiration from the painting "Characters and Dog in the Sun" by Spanish artist Joan Miro. Replicating his palette in virgin wool, she achieves the colors with vegetable dyes. This delightful accent rug brings a modern look to the ancient Zapotec art of weaving by hand.
Zapotec wool rug (3x5), "Stars on the Horizon"
Blossoming in pastel hues, stylized flowers announce the arrival of spring. Neatly woven by hand in virgin wool, the elegant motifs grace a traditional Mexican rug. Gregorio Ruiz Lopez works on the handloom to create designs his father taught him, this one named "Tradicional" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven on handlooms, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm), as well as the order of the colors.
Red Handwoven Authentic Zapotec Rug from Mexico (6.5x10.5), "Embers of Fire"$2,029.99
Fiery embers glow with the promise of dancing flames. Woven by hand, this generously-sized rug displays the intricacy of traditional Zapotec art. Alfredo Ruiz weaves the extraordinary design of virgin wool, colored with natural dyes.
Titled "Rombos rojos" in Spanish.