Brown Wool Rugs(68 items)
Welcome to the Brown Wool Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Brown Wool Rugs
Beautiful rug/ wall hanging
Received our two rugs today and they are better than I hoped! Beautiful workmanship or should I say work-woman-ship. These wil become art pieces for our walls. Price is right too! I would recommend any work by this artist.
Delfina Ruiz Zapotec wool rugs
"This is the art my parents dedicated their lives to, and it's what I know best."
"We have worked with you for some time now, which has taught me in a very special way to listen to my heart. Thank you for the confidence and perseverance in being part of our growth process. Thanks to you, we are creating more and more handwoven rugs and... read more
Popular Brown Wool Rugs
Hand Made Zapotec Gray Brown Wool Runner Rug (2.6x10), "Sierra Plains"$499.99
Soft grays and warm browns bring to mind the plains of the Oaxacan sierra. Alberto Ruiz and his wife craft this beautiful Zapotec rug on the pedal loom with wool yarn tinted with natural dyes.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm).
Artisan Crafted Geometric Wool Area Rug (4x6), "Ancestral Diamonds"$427.99
Filled with the spirit of Oaxaca, this colorful Zapotec rug is inspired by the Sierra Madre embracing ancestral diamond motifs. Delfina Ruiz demonstrates Mexico's Zapotec artistry and her own weaving skills with this dazzling wool rug. in Spanish.
Yellow Geometric Handwoven Andean Wool Rug (2 x 3), "Splendid Inca"$99.99
Weaving is an ancient tradition in the Andes, and hand-loomed Inca textiles were more highly prized than gold. Carrying on the legacy, Eliazar Ochoa creates an intricate accent rug of dazzling beauty. His motifs are inspired by ancient Andean art, executed in a woolen palette of glowing warmth.
Titled "Resplandor andino" in Spanish.
Zigzag Zapotec Wool Area Rug in Brown from Mexico (2x3), "Eternal Earth"$119.99
Inspired by the beauty of the earth, Mexican artisan Irene Ruiz designs this area rug, which she crafts in the traditional style of Zapotec textiles. Woven entirely on a hand loom, this wool rug features interlocking zigzag patterns that are created with yarns of clay, ecru, chestnut, taupe, and wheat. Different combinations of the various hues result in the stunning complexity of this rug. Fringes dangle from the ends.