The absolute bestseller
The Innsbruck sheep wool carpet is our bestseller. It is woven from two types of yarn twisted together and weighs 2800 g/sqm. With our sheep wool carpets, we want to promote harmony with nature and produce them from 100% new wool without chemical additives. The carpet is traditionally handwoven and can be used on both sides.
In your order please write your desired sizes (breadth x length) and tell us if you would like to have fringes or not. Fringes are not included in the length.
Characteristics of the carpet
Because the carpet is handmade, the size can be 3 cm bigger or smaller.
We can deliver our carpets with breadth between 50 cm and 400 cm in every length without extra charge within 3 weeks. Also, individual desires concerning the color and the shape (round, oval, octagonal) can be taken into consideration.
Carpets from Jordan are handwoven in Tirol and the wool is spun in-house. The sheep wool carpet is produced in unique high-quality and therefore it is very robust and hard-wearing. Because of its high weight, the rug lays very well on the floor. If you compare our products with products from other manufacturers, you will see the difference in quality. The carpet is available with fringes or without. The fringes are not included in the length. If you order the carpet without fringes, a small border in the same color as the carpet will be sewed on.
The sheep wool carpets can easily be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner. They should get turned around 3-4 times per year. Dirt smudges can be washed out with curd soap or detergent for wool. You also can clean the carpet chemical if the carpet is very dirty.
This article can be delivered crimped and not crimped.
Crimped carpets have a solid and smooth surface and there are no fluffs. Crimping means treating the carpet with water and warmth so the carpet gets a solid surface. So the Jordan Carpet is more resistant!
Mulesing is the removal of the skin around the tails of sheep without pain relief. It is a common procedure to prevent infestation with fly maggots (myiasis). Our sheep's wool is definitely mulesing-free.