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9' x 12' Brown/Bronze Peshawar Ziegler Rug

9' x 12' Brown/Bronze Peshawar Ziegler Rug

Regular price $6,424.00 $3,212.00

Contrasting colors of brown, green and ornate design give this 9' x 12' Peshawar Ziegler Rug both an elegant and traditional appeal. The use of a darker tan color for the background and brown color for the design pattern add a unique style that is unlike most Peshawar Ziegler rugs. Although this rug is unique, it still holds true to the traditional design layout with floral designs and multiple borders.

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  • Antique Peshawar Ziegler rugs are very rare and the price reflects it. Our Peshawar Ziegler Rugs are elegant, versatile, durable and worth the price! Made by expert rug artisans in Peshawar, Pakistan, the contemporary hub of high-quality rugs. These rugs are hand-knotted using 100% wool from New Zealand and dyed using all natural vegetable dyes. Once the rugs are knotted and dyed, they are stone washed to give them a more antique-effect finish. At Rugknots, we have rugs of different sizes. To know which rug is perfect for your space, check out The Ultimate Oriental Rug Sizing Guide. We always offer free shipping on all orders. You can buy a Peshawar Ziegler rug today and never expect to pay shipping costs.  Buy as many as you want, shipping is always free!

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  • Collection: Peshawar Ziegler
  • Primary Color: Brown
  • Size: 8 ft. 11 in. W x 12 ft. 2 in. L
  • Made in: Pakistan
  • Construction: Hand-knotted
  • Material: 100% New Zealand Wool
  • Returns: FREE 30 Days Return
  • Shipping: FREE
  • SKU: AP10-4-12-503
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