Hand-woven rugs are often referred to as “flatweaves” because they’re, well, flat. A flat, no-pile weave is one of the key unique features of a durry rug. The rug’s stiff weave makes it durable and easy to clean. Shaking the rug out removes accumulated dirt and waste, and a vacuum cleaner takes care of the rest. The warp or lengthwise portions of a durry are not visible, except at their fringed edges, primarily due to the horizontal loom weaving techniques used to create the rug.
Patterns on Durry rugs are made of special model and woven, these durries are usually reversible resulting a longer lifespan. The flat-weave design used to create Durry rugs makes them both durable and decorative.
We at magnum the process is made on 100% woolen. These loom-woven rugs are made using techniques employed for centuries.