Zapotec Wool Rugs(236 items)
Welcome to the Zapotec Wool Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Zapotec Wool Rugs
GREAT WALL HANGING
I bought this to hang on my brick fireplace . I framed it with a cherry wood frame and between the colors in the rug and the frame, it created a stunning display piece. The weaving is good quality.
Bedroom in Blues
I love the artistic beauty of this rug. The pattern with the colors chosen of deep blue stars in the midnight skies take you away to a different world. The rug is skillfully made with a perfect weave tight and precise. I love it.
The living room Pops!
I just purchased three of these for my living room and they are all just fantastic looking. The colors are amazing, and they bring a real warmth to the room. They go very nice with everything, including new cork floor.
Mario Chavez Handwoven Zapotec rugs and handbags
"One day I looked around and I could see we were surrounded by art, but people didn't value it enough and poverty was settling into our community."
In 2002, I began to export my handwoven designs with the your help. I always wanted to strengthen the Zapotec culture that I was born in.
Sending my work to foreign countries hadn't occurred to me but, today, it is a reality. With your guidance, I managed to... read more
Popular Zapotec Wool Rugs
Handwoven Multicolor Zapotec Wool Rug from Mexico (5 x 8.5), "Living Colors"$1,119.99
Inspired by nature's living colors, Alfredo Ruiz translates them into art. This dazzling rug is woven by hand on a traditional loom and takes its beautiful hues from natural dyes. The young artisan demonstrates a mastery of intricate Zapotec art motifs. Titled "Colorido" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm) (2 in).
Striped Green Artisan Woven Authentic Wool Zapotec Area Rug, "Seasons in Green"$229.99
Wide bands of green — olive green, forest green yellow-green and bottle green — flow across a beautiful accent rug. Woven by hand according to the millennial traditions of the Zapotec people, this design is the work of Alberto Ruiz and his wife.
Titled "Líneas del campo" in Spanish.
Loom Woven Red and Black Zapotec Wool Rug (2 x 7 Feet), "Red Star Path"$269.99
Crimson diamonds evoke dazzling stars, created with Zapotec artistry. Working with wool, Mario Chavez weaves a colorful path as he crafts the rug on a traditional loom.
Titled "Pasillo de rombos" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm).
Zapotec Wool Runner Rug with Natural Colors (2x6.5), "Oaxaca Fiesta"$249.99
Festive colors obtained from natural dyes bring to life traditional Zapotec glyphs in a runner rug by Irene Ruiz. She prepares the dyes herself, using cochineal for the red to pink spectrum, and walnut for browns. Ruiz weaves the wool rug on a pedal loom in the tradition of Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca.