Moshwani

by / Monday, 08 December 2014 / Published in Carpet, Kelim, news

Moshwani’s are beautiful village rugs from Afghanistan. They arte made in Afghanistan and ported over the Hindu Kush mountains into Pakistan to be sold. Usually a cross between Kelim (flatweave) and pile (carpet), they are woven in wool with vegetable dyes on a wool foundation. Colours tend to be soft reds and dusty blues and beiges with greys and greens. Although they are technically Kelims their pile makes them a lot more durable than an ordainary kelim and they stand medium to high traffic.

3 Responses to “Moshwani”

  1. Aadila says : Reply

    Please can u tell me the price of the rug. Also tell me what grips I can use on Rhodesian teak parquet floors

    • Bronwyn says : Reply

      Hi, yes, we still have it. It is R12500 and with the current sale that will be discounted to R8750 We also have Rugrip underfelt. It’s a dark grey, slightly tacky “foam” which is tough and hardwearing and grips the rug and the floor. It works on all types of floors. The Rugrip for that rug ir will cost an extra R260.

  2. Aadila says : Reply

    Please can u tell me the price of the rug. Also tell me what grips I can use on Rhodesian teak parquet floors

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