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‘Divine’ Abstract Rug – Charcoal

In stock in most sizes for immediate delivery or viewing. Please check for your size requirements.

A wonderful abstract hand-tufted Divine collection rug from India in shaded tones of grey, brown, charcoal and stone. The 31% wool content is laced through with a shiny, hardwearing proprietary Luxcelle fibre for sheen and practicality. This rug has one of the best qualities of hand-knotting you will find and is highly unusual in the UK to be available in various colours and sizes. I have the confidence they will provide good service and stay attractive as they age.  The Divine hand-knotted abstract modern rugs are a really good thick weave but should still be used with a suitable underlay.

NB. Do not wet clean. Always have this rug dry cleaned by a qualified rug cleaning expert.

The Divine Collection by Nourison presents a spectacular group of luxury area rugs. These contemporary designs are each a work of art, with tantalizing patterns suggestive of abstract landscape paintings. The refined and subtle neutral colours work harmoniously to complement sophisticated decor. Textural and visual appeal is enhanced by the high-low construction and the deluxe fibre content of fine wool blended with silk-like Luxcelle™ which adds a sumptuous sheen. Each rug in the Divine Collection is individually hand-knotted using a Nourison patented process for an unmistakable look of superb hand-craftsmanship.

Create an impression of quality and beauty that will provide pleasure in your home for years to come.

5’6″ x 7’5″ – £1,650.00
7’9″ x 9’9″ – £3,030.00
9’9″ x 13’9″ – £5,375.00

Type: Hand Woven
Origin: India
Materials: Wool , Luxcelle
One-Off: No
Available in Showroom: N London

Please use your rug with a suitable underlay which will protect the back of the knots and allow dirt to fall through the rug. Vacuum sparingly, once a week is sufficient, and do so on a low power and without the rotating brush, as this strips the pile. Clean professionally at least once every five years. Turn your rug every year if possible to even out footfall patterns and sun fading. Never leave your rug undisturbed under furniture in the dark. Keep a moth trap in the room if possible.