A vibrant red hand knotted Tibetan wool rug infused with an Eastern aesthetic
This glorious, bold red rug was made in Nepal with 100% Tibetan wool using our Kotana weave. The imagery of the pomegranate has a long and varied significance in the Middle East and the Orient including consideration as the “original forbidden fruit” of Paradise, symbolizing vitality, blood, life, the fertility of body and mind. The field color is a deep brick red, and the lyrical vines and artfully detailed flowers were crafted using slate grey, robins egg blue, pale blue, gold, beige, tan, and sage green. This rug is a color companion to Tashkent Poppy Lake in our Armenian collection. The remaining room sizes would be suitable for a living room, dining room, bedroom, or office area, and the red background of this rug gives it a timeless style. Contact your salesperson for updated information on delivery via UPS, or add Persian Branches Pomegranate to your cart and try it free in your home for seven days on a Tufenkian Test Drive.