Wool 4 x 6 Rugs(261 items)
Welcome to the Wool 4 x 6 Rug Collection at NOVICA.
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This item exceeded my expectations regarding its beauty and craftsmanship. I highly recommend this artist, Irene Ruiz.
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Popular Wool 4 x 6 Rugs
Handmade Zapotec Wool Area Rug, "August Sun"$499
Splendidly woven by hand, this radiant rug conveys the warmth of the Mexican sun. Mario Chávez works in virgin wool to created intricate geometric motifs. Their symmetry and beauty are astonishing.
Titled "Estrella de la mañana" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 1 inch (3 cm).
Zapotec Wool Area Rug from Mexico (4x7), "Stellar Magnificence"$587.99
Selecting bright colors to underscore dynamic patterns, Mario Chávez creates a rug of vibrant artistry. He is inspired by the legendary art of Oaxaca’s Zapotec people, evoking stars and arrows as he weaves the rug on a traditional pedal loom. Colors are obtained from natural dyes, and the rug is finished by hand.
Mexican Zapotec Blue Wool Area Rug (4x6.5), "Warrior Life"$429.99
Irene Ruiz designs a spectacular rug to honor the brave lives of Zapotec warriors. Zigzag glyphs exude a sense of energy while the step-like patterns symbolize the journey between life, underworld and heaven. Ruiz prepares colors from natural dyes and weaves the wool rug on a traditional loom.
Mixed Grey Shades Area Rug Loomed of Wool in Oaxaca (4x6), "Valley Stripes"$484.99
Using all-natural dyes derived from local plants such as walnut, Alberto Ruiz crafts a versatile area rug in the Oaxacan tradition. The rug is woven on a handloom from pure wool in subtle grey shades. "I only try to convey a little bit of the joy of living in this fair land," Ruiz says.