Black Wool Rugs(43 items)
Welcome to the Black Wool Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Black 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.
Adds a punch of colour and warmth to a subtle room
Meticulous craftmanship and quality ! Contemporary design. Dramatic color combination. Kudos to the artist Delfina Ruiz.
The rugs I ordered, created by Delfina Ruiz, are beautiful. They are exactly what I wanted. My order experience with NOVICA was excellent. I would highly recommend using NOVICA and will be back for future purchases.
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"I worked for more than seven years with handicrafts until I realized that this was my cup of tea."
Popular Black Wool Rugs
Loom Woven Red and Black Zapotec Wool Rug (2 x 7 Feet), "Red Star Path"$274.99
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 rug (2x3), "Oaxaca Flower"$137.99
A crimson flower glows in the night, depicted on a deep black background. Working on a traditional handloom, Delfina Ruiz weaves a Zapotec rug with contemporary motifs. The accent rug is edged with fringe. in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 1 inch (3 cm).
Handwoven Wool Don Quijote Area Rug (2x3.5) from Mexico, "Don Quijote"$159.99
The emblematic protagonist from Miguel de Cervantes' famous work, Don Quijote graces any home in this area rug from Mexico. Delfina Ruiz designs the rug, which is woven by hand of wool on the traditional Zapotec floor loom. Quijote is silhouetted atop his horse against an off-white sky.
Signed Handwoven Inca Motif 2.5x4.5 Wool Area Rug from Peru, "Tumi Axe"$217.99
A stylized axe is depicted in this area rug from Peru. The tumi was a ceremonial blade characteristic of ancient cultures such as the Moche, Chimu, and Inca. A typical tumi axe features a curved blade at one end, its handle often adorned with a small sculpture that depicts a legendary or historical figure. The composition on this rug is realized in a variety of colors against a body of black. Andean artisan David Laura Zanabria designs the rug, weaving it by hand from wool on an artisanal loom.