Colombian Crin Rugs
Horsehair + Jute, Festival

$1,080.00$4,320.00

This collection pays homage to Colombian equestrian culture. Strands of horsehair (crin de caballo) are interwoven with a local jute (fique). The fique fiber gives the rugs a beautiful texture; horsehair, durability; and leather, a patina over time.

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$54 sq ft

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MAX WIDTH DIMENSIONS
10.8’
320cm
3.3m
Custom sizes available
$54 sq ft

MATERIALS
Hand woven
Horsehair and jute
100% Natural dye

LEADTIME
4-6 weeks

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    The mural-painting is part of a matrimonial ritual for the women which takes place every spring during the marriage season. Fleeting in nature, each year the murals are washed away with the heavy monsoon rains–and then once again started anew.

    Drawn to the exaggerated scale and the boldness of the Khovar designs, we commissioned women in the villages to do three paintings for us (leaf, vine, flower)–which we have translated into a collection of fabrics and wallpapers.

    Our partners in this collection, the women from the Tribal Women Artists Cooperative (TWAC), receive a commission for each yard sold.

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