Barragan Rug | Natural

$1,095.00 CAD
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HANDMADE IN MEXICO

Made of sustainable tule fibre, the design of this unique seat dates back to Pre-Hispanic Mexico.

 Story

Barragan rugs are precious – the result of a small revival of an extinct technique. This ancient and time-consuming weaving process involves not just a delicate cotton weave on a loom but a pair of artisans to knot the hairs, one by one. Maestro Tito and his grandson are the artisans who create these rare rugs for Obakki.

Dyed and woven with locally sourced materials around Mexico City, this rug compliments contemporary or classic spaces - and creates the perfect textural addition to any living space.

Details
  • MEASUREMENTS:
    • 2' x 3' ; 0.6 m x 0.9 m
    • 3 x 5 ; 0.9 m x 1.5 m
    • 4' x 6' ; 1.2 m x 1.8 m
    • 6' x 9' ; 1.8 m x 2.4 m
  • MATERIALS: 100% wool
  • ORIGIN: Mexico
Product Care

Dry clean or hand wash in cold water.

Shipping + Returns

This item does not qualify for free shipping or local pickup. These pieces may be produced Made-to-Order. The production time needed prior to shipping is generally 12-14 weeks on rugs, but may vary by item. A delivery timeframe for shipping after production completes can be selected at checkout and will determine shipping costs.  Due to the custom weaving and limited nature of these pieces, all rugs are final sale.

  • QUOTE WILL BE PROVIDED ON SHIPPING
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    Meet the Artisan

    Mexico City

    txt.ure

    Txt.ure, a cooperative based in Mexico City, revives lost fragments and narratives of Mexican design history. And they do this with an emphasis on craftsmanship and preservation of historical techniques. Their goal is to bring these almost-forgotten Mexican classics to the attention of the contemporary design space, and for customers around the world to appreciate Mexican craftsmanship and history. 

    Txt.ure is passionate about empowering local communities and craftsmen through contemporary design methods. These are our kind of people - preserving heritage and history while supporting indigenous crafts by opening up markets and training new apprentices. Thorough their efforts, they ensure that ancestral knowledge and historical craftsmanship in Mexico lives on through modern design.

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