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Grand Velvet Pt99 Hazelnut Broadloom Carpet

Nourison Rugs
Grand Velvet Collection

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by Nourison Rugs

Irresistibly soft texture gives the aptly named Grand Velvet Collection its unique appeal. Face-to-face woven on state-of-the-art Wilton looms, the collection comes in a range of velvety neutrals and lush dark tones. The deeply pigmented natural fibers are 100% fine New Zealand wool, affording each broadloom in this collection a superb depth of color, with wonderfully subtle shading and glamorous sheen.

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Material 100% New Zealand Wool
Pattern Repeat None
All Natural Yes
Applications Residential
Rug Height .41"
Face Weight 71 oz.
Features Coordinates with Grand Parterre and Cosmopolitan borders.
Construction Wilton Woven
Country of Manufacture China

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