Combining the wealthy history of Tibetan rug-weaving with the modernity and abstraction of the Art Deco style, the modern day Tibetan and Nepalese rugs in the Doris Leslie Blau collection are a amazing collectors’ obtain. Conventional Tibetan rugs normally have a limited colour palate, making use of natural dyes made from red madder, blue indigo, yellow Tibetan rhubarb, and browns and grays found in Tibetan walnut. By early 20th Century, the availability of synthetic colors and influence of Chinese textile designs stimulated the production of Tibetan rugs. Tiger rug believed to protect the user when placed as a meditation rug, as tiger skin served as a sacred prayer rug. Prospects have to pay close focus when they get these rugs to be sure that they are getting handmade rugs.