Magna Hide Rug

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Our all-natural cowhide rugs are remarkably beautiful and made of 100% Brazilian cowhide. Hand-sewn by highly skilled artisans, each of our rugs feature resilient canvas underbellies with no-slip corner-grip technology.

The Magna Rug makes striking use of opposing black and Grey dyes amidst sharp triangular pattern work. Available in popular over sized dimensions.

Available Color/Finish: Black and Grey Hide
Authentic, end-to-end premium leather cowhide.
Durable canvas underbelly with no-slip corner-grip technology.
Narrow, triangular patterning mesmerizingly contrasts black and gray dyes.

100% Hair-on-Hide Leather

Small: 8 x 10 ft/ 55 Lbs
Pile Height: 0.25 inches

Medium: 9 x 12 ft/55 Lbs
Pile Height: 0.25 inches

Ships within 5-7 days

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