100% Hand-spun wool of Angora goats are first woven into Kilim’s without dying them. The particular hand treatment used to produce this woven rug makes it unique and original which gives the product the fur-like look. Differences between each product are a distinctive feature.
- Wool of Angora Goat
- No dye
Mohair is one of the oldest textile fibres in use. The Angora goat is thought to originate from the mountains of Tibet, reaching Turkey in the 16th century. Mohair is warm in winter as it has great insulating properties, while remaining cool in summer due to its moisture wicking properties. It’s possible to use double-side, hairy side for winter, woven side for summer. It is durable, naturally elastic, flame resistant, crease resistant, and does not felt.
It is a luxury fiber, like cashmere, angora and silk, and is more expensive than most wools that comes from sheep. Mohair is composed mostly of keratin, a protein found in the hair, wool, horns and skin of all mammals.
For other sizes please ask us.
Shake the dust out and vacuum clean – without using a rotating vacuum brush.
To maintain the particular design on the hairy surface professional dry clean is suggested.