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Autumn Starburst Wool Rug

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Destination: Oaxaca, Mexico

The ancient peoples of Mexico were some of the most sophisticated astronomers around, and stylized starbursts feature prominently in Zapotec art. The red and black color combination of this rug is also extremely traditional—in fact, many say that red and black rugs used to be the only kind that the Zapotecs wove. Made from wool gathered in the mountains of Oaxaca, this beautiful piece was hand-loomed and hand-dyed at the the workshop of  Alexandro Mendoza in the famous weaving village of Teotitlán del Valle.


Teotitlán del Valle is a small weaving village some 20 miles outside of Oaxaca City, famous for their woolen rugs and mats known as tapetes de lana. The time-honored process begins up in the mountains,... Read More

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5 x 2.7 ft

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