Tibetan wool rugs are always made in Nepal
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Are Tibetan wool carpets always made in Nepal?

Every rug we weave from Tibetan wool is produced in Nepal, and this accounts for about 80% of our current production. In addition, these rugs are crafted with a very specialized knotting technique called the Tibetan Loop Senneh knot, which also differentiates them from rugs produced in Turkey or other regions across the world. We also produce rugs in Armenia, where we use wool from Caucasus Mountain sheep and employ the traditional Persian Senneh knot, and in India where we use a wide variety of production techniques with the highest quality raw materials.

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