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New Grey India Agra 9′ X 12′


SKU: 10011610
General Size: 9' x 12'
Actual Size: 8'-10" x 11'-11"
Background Color: Grey
Age: New
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Origin of Rug: India
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Suggested Retail Price*: $3,500.00 Contact Us for Sales Price

* Suggested retail price listed is for reference only. Final pricing will vary and is dependent on factors such as quantity discounts, in-store promotions, designer/trade discounts, negotiation, and trade-in rug allowances. For personalized pricing and assistance, please contact our team.



This meticulously crafted Indian Agra rug captures the essence of traditional Persian patterns, seamlessly integrating into contemporary spaces. Artisans have finely woven this piece with a luxurious wool pile, presenting a visual feast of intricate floral motifs in a harmonious blend of warm reds, golds, and calming greens. It effortlessly bridges the gap between time-honored craftsmanship and modern interior trends, making this 8'10" x 11'11" rug an elegant addition to any room. The Agra design is a nod to historical significance without compromising on modern appeal and functionality.

Carpet manufacturing began in 1619 during Agra's period as the capital of the Mughal Empire. In the late 19th century, carpet weaving was often based in jails, the most famous of which is the Agra Jail, where inmates produced exceptional rugs during that period using traditional designs. Agra rugs include shapes and styles that depict elements from nature, and use vegetable dyes to make the weaving yarns in classic blue, red, purple, and gold hues.

Our collection includes new and vintage/antique handmade rugs, each with its own unique characteristics and color variations, enhancing their individuality and charm. We do our best to accurately depict colors and areas of variation/repair/wear in our photos. We invite you to embrace the inherent beauty of these variations, as they contribute to the authenticity and allure of our handcrafted rugs. Expert repairs and restoration available as needed.