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Four Rams Room Size Rug

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  • Four Rams Room Size Rug
  • Four Rams Round Rug
  • Four Rams Runner

Four Rams Rugs

Product Name Price Qty
Four Rams Room Size Rug - 5'4" x 7'8"
$369.99
Four Rams Oversize Rug - 7'8" x 10'9"
$699.99
Four Rams Round Rug - 7'7" x 7'7"
$699.99
Four Rams Accent Rug - 3'10" x 5'4"
$189.99
Four Rams Scatter - 2'8" x 3'10"
$124.99
Four Rams Runner - 2'1" x 7'8"
$199.99

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ADR-four-rams-rugs

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"Through the Navajos' textiles, you can follow the historical course of an adaptable and resourceful tribe of the Southwestern high desert. You can trace the impact of their interactions with neighboring Pueblos, Spanish colonists, and American expansionists and traders. You can see an exhibition of the Navajo sense of artistry—a lyrical expression of beauty, symmetry and harmony. Indeed, in studying a Navajo weaving closely, you may think as much of a composition of classical music as a showpiece of the visual arts.

Originally, the Navajo women probably produced their weavings from cotton or perhaps even from the wild mountain goats' fine underhair. They switched to the Churro sheep's wool after that four-horned, variously hued animal arrived with Spanish colonists at the very end of the 16th century. Their work, through the 18th century, set a new standard in the weaver's art, and the Navajo blanket became a cherished trade item, both among neighboring tribes as well as the Spanish and even the Europeans.” ~ Jay W. Sharp (www.desertusa.com)


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"Through the Navajos' textiles, you can follow the historical course of an adaptable and resourceful tribe of the Southwestern high desert. You can trace the impact of their interactions with neighboring Pueblos, Spanish colonists, and American expansionists and traders. You can see an exhibition of the Navajo sense of artistry—a lyrical expression of beauty, symmetry and harmony. Indeed, in studying a Navajo weaving closely, you may think as much of a composition of classical music as a showpiece of the visual arts.

Originally, the Navajo women probably produced their weavings from cotton or perhaps even from the wild mountain goats' fine underhair. They switched to the Churro sheep's wool after that four-horned, variously hued animal arrived with Spanish colonists at the very end of the 16th century. Their work, through the 18th century, set a new standard in the weaver's art, and the Navajo blanket became a cherished trade item, both among neighboring tribes as well as the Spanish and even the Europeans.” ~ Jay W. Sharp (www.desertusa.com)

Paying tribute to the unparalleled legacy of the Navajo weavers, these charismatic Four Rams Rugs will draw all eyes to the floor with their vibrant Southwestern tones of desert and sky and their energetic Native-American inspired design.

  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Your rug is dyed after we receive your order - it's made just for you! Ships within 2 weeks.
  • Made from 100% Premium EnduraStran™ Nylon - Commercial Grade Rated (Meaning your rug can take the abuse of tracked-in snow, the wear of work boots, and the spills of a busy family and thus withstand generations of wear.)
  • Reinforced with Loc-Bak™ substructure for added strength and durability.
  • Precision Surged for added durability and finish.
  • Deemed Carpet and Rug Institute “Green Label Plus”.
  • Care Information: The rugs are resilient, fade and stain resistant, antimicrobial and can be cleaned easily with just warm water. Note: A rug pad is recommended.

Additional Information

SKU ADR-four-rams-rugs
Style Southwestern
Theme Native American
Wood N/A
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