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Marx Burle Rugs

Marx Burle 94B Pattern Rug

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Color Grays
Material 100% New Zealand Wool
Quality Hand Tufted Rug
Country of Manufacture India

SKU: glr_Burle_Marx7

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$1,800.00
 

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Marx's work can be summarized in four general design concepts - the use of native tropical vegetation as a structural element of design, the rupture of symmetrical patterns in the conception of open spaces, the colorful treatment of pavements, and the use of free forms in water features. This approach is exemplified by this rug collectionThe amorphic shape and texture of this line of rugs bring the beauty of the great outdoors into your home. Drawing inspiration from natural landscapes, abstract shapes and concepts, bridging the commonplace and the transcendental, these rugs will transform your space with all of the elegance and charm. With a distinct urban and cosmopolitan feel, these rugs play a vital everyday role, not only as an expression of individuality, but as part of the shelter that sustains us. Child labor free and made with biodegradable, all natural materials. Much of his work has a sense of timelessness and perfection. His aesthetics were often nature based, for example, never mixing flower colours, utilisation of big groups of the same specimen, using native plants and making a rocky field into a relaxing garden. 6 to 8 weeks lead time.

Additional Information

Material 100% New Zealand Wool
Style Designer Rugs, Patterned Rugs, Wool Rugs

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Stain Removal Codes

  1. Detergent solution - one teaspoon of a neutral detergent ( a brand used for washing lingerie such as Lux, Dreft, or Vel) and one teaspoon of white vinegar in a quart of warm water.
  2. Paint Remover - should not contain any oil. Lacquer thinner may also be used.
  3. Dry Cleaning Fluid - any common brand used according to manufacturer's instructions.
  4. Rust Remover - (brands such as Erusticator or Rust Go are recommended.
  5. Acetone - common drugstore brand or nail polish remover WITHOUT LANOLIN or lacquer thinner.
  6. Alcohol - rubbing, denatured, or isopropyhl.
  7. Water

NOTE: If there is no recommended procedure for removing a stain on a specific pile fiber, call a Professional Carpet Cleaner and give him the information pertaining to the staining problem.

  Rug Material
 WoolAcrylicNylonOlefinPolyester
Animal Glue F F A,G F F
Argyrol A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Ball Point Ink B,C,then A,G B,C,then A,G B,C B,C B,C
Beer A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Catsup A,G A,G A,G F,A,G F,A,G
Car Grease C C C C B,C
Carbon Black Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum B,C Vacuum B,C Vacuum B,C
Chewing Gum C C C C C with steam
Clay Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G
Cola A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Coffee A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Colored Paper A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Crayon B,G B,G B,C B,C B,C,A,G
Duco Cement B,C B,C B,C B,C B,C
Egg A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Enamel B,F,A,G B,F,A,G B,F,A,G B,F,A,G B,F,A,G
Food Dye A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Fruit Juice A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Furniture Dye B,C,F,A,G B,C,F,A,G A,B,C B,C B,C,A,G
Furniture Polish B,C,F,A,G B,C,F,A,G A,G,C B,C B,C,A,G
Grape Drink A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G,C
Gravy A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G,C
Ice Cream A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
India Ink B,C,A,G B,C,A,G A,G A,G B,C,A,G
Iron Rust Vacuum D,G Vacuum D,G Vacuum D,G Vacuum D,G Vacuum D,G
Latex Paint B,F,A,G B,C A,G B,C B,C,A,G
Linseed Oil C C C C C
Lipstick B,C B,C B,C B,C,A,G B,C,A,G
Merthiolate A,G A,G A,G B,C,A,G B,C,A,G
Milk B,C,A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Mustard A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Nail Polish     E F,B,C F,C
Oil, Car C C C C C
Oil, Paint B,F,A,G B,F,A,G B,C B,C B,C,A,G
Permanent Ink A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Plaster Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G
Rouge         A,G
Rubber Cement B,C B,C B,C B,C B,C,A,G
Shoe Dye       B,C C
Shoe Pol.(Liq) B,C,A,G B,C,A,G A,G,C B,C C
Shoe Pol.(Wax) B,A,G B,A,G C B,C,A,G C
Tar C C C C C
Tea A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Tobacco       A,G A,G
Urine A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Washable Ink A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Water Colors A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Wax Candle Steam,C Steam,C Steam,C Steam,C Steam,C
These are general guidelines for rug care. For a more comprehensive overview or to learn about type-specific rug care please visit the following link:

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Details

Marx's work can be summarized in four general design concepts - the use of native tropical vegetation as a structural element of design, the rupture of symmetrical patterns in the conception of open spaces, the colorful treatment of pavements, and the use of free forms in water features. This approach is exemplified by this rug collectionThe amorphic shape and texture of this line of rugs bring the beauty of the great outdoors into your home. Drawing inspiration from natural landscapes, abstract shapes and concepts, bridging the commonplace and the transcendental, these rugs will transform your space with all of the elegance and charm. With a distinct urban and cosmopolitan feel, these rugs play a vital everyday role, not only as an expression of individuality, but as part of the shelter that sustains us. Child labor free and made with biodegradable, all natural materials. Much of his work has a sense of timelessness and perfection. His aesthetics were often nature based, for example, never mixing flower colours, utilisation of big groups of the same specimen, using native plants and making a rocky field into a relaxing garden. 6 to 8 weeks lead time.

Additional

Additional Information

Material 100% New Zealand Wool
Style Designer Rugs, Patterned Rugs, Wool Rugs

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Rug Care and Stain Removal

Stain Removal Codes

  1. Detergent solution - one teaspoon of a neutral detergent ( a brand used for washing lingerie such as Lux, Dreft, or Vel) and one teaspoon of white vinegar in a quart of warm water.
  2. Paint Remover - should not contain any oil. Lacquer thinner may also be used.
  3. Dry Cleaning Fluid - any common brand used according to manufacturer's instructions.
  4. Rust Remover - (brands such as Erusticator or Rust Go are recommended.
  5. Acetone - common drugstore brand or nail polish remover WITHOUT LANOLIN or lacquer thinner.
  6. Alcohol - rubbing, denatured, or isopropyhl.
  7. Water

NOTE: If there is no recommended procedure for removing a stain on a specific pile fiber, call a Professional Carpet Cleaner and give him the information pertaining to the staining problem.

  Rug Material
 WoolAcrylicNylonOlefinPolyester
Animal Glue F F A,G F F
Argyrol A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Ball Point Ink B,C,then A,G B,C,then A,G B,C B,C B,C
Beer A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Catsup A,G A,G A,G F,A,G F,A,G
Car Grease C C C C B,C
Carbon Black Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum B,C Vacuum B,C Vacuum B,C
Chewing Gum C C C C C with steam
Clay Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G
Cola A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Coffee A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Colored Paper A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Crayon B,G B,G B,C B,C B,C,A,G
Duco Cement B,C B,C B,C B,C B,C
Egg A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Enamel B,F,A,G B,F,A,G B,F,A,G B,F,A,G B,F,A,G
Food Dye A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Fruit Juice A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Furniture Dye B,C,F,A,G B,C,F,A,G A,B,C B,C B,C,A,G
Furniture Polish B,C,F,A,G B,C,F,A,G A,G,C B,C B,C,A,G
Grape Drink A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G,C
Gravy A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G,C
Ice Cream A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
India Ink B,C,A,G B,C,A,G A,G A,G B,C,A,G
Iron Rust Vacuum D,G Vacuum D,G Vacuum D,G Vacuum D,G Vacuum D,G
Latex Paint B,F,A,G B,C A,G B,C B,C,A,G
Linseed Oil C C C C C
Lipstick B,C B,C B,C B,C,A,G B,C,A,G
Merthiolate A,G A,G A,G B,C,A,G B,C,A,G
Milk B,C,A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Mustard A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Nail Polish     E F,B,C F,C
Oil, Car C C C C C
Oil, Paint B,F,A,G B,F,A,G B,C B,C B,C,A,G
Permanent Ink A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Plaster Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G Vacuum A,G
Rouge         A,G
Rubber Cement B,C B,C B,C B,C B,C,A,G
Shoe Dye       B,C C
Shoe Pol.(Liq) B,C,A,G B,C,A,G A,G,C B,C C
Shoe Pol.(Wax) B,A,G B,A,G C B,C,A,G C
Tar C C C C C
Tea A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Tobacco       A,G A,G
Urine A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Washable Ink A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Water Colors A,G A,G A,G A,G A,G
Wax Candle Steam,C Steam,C Steam,C Steam,C Steam,C
These are general guidelines for rug care. For a more comprehensive overview or to learn about type-specific rug care please visit the following link:

  

Marx Burle 94B Pattern Rug

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