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100% Alpaca, natural colors

Size in inches

Size in centimeters

Unit Price
75" x 83"
1.90 x 2.10
79" x 87"
2.20 x 2.40
95" x 110"
2.40 x 2.80

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Baby Alpaca rugs

  • Baby Alpaca Fur Rugs are made by hand in a thousand year old tradition in Peru, the Artisan combines the warmth of natural furs with modern motives to produce a tastefully unique luxury for the home.  Whether used as a rug, a bedspread, or a wall hanging of your own design, you'll have something that will be in the family for generations.

    Individual Alpaca pelts are carefully selected for color, texture, and the fine natural shadings best suited for the chosen design; then cut to fit the field definitions in the design.  Exacting attention is paid to the nuances carried by the tones and shadings of each piece in the final composition

Care Instructions

Our alpaca fur rugs and bedspreads are more “decorative” and “light use” items than those used for heavy, functional use. This is not to say that you cannot “use” your alpaca fur. Quite the contrary! We simply mean that they are not made to sleep on every night. Neither are these alpaca furs to be put on the floor in your major traffic areas. Here is the rule of thumb for alpacas: “light use and little walking traffic”.


You may brush your alpaca fur with either a wire pet brush or a hairbrush. This works particularly well when it gets matted from sitting or laying on it.


Should you wish to store your alpaca fur rug, avoid direct sunlight and store it in a cool airy place. Storing your alpaca rug in plastic bags for any length of time is not advisable. You want your fur to be able to breathe and using plastic bags prevents this. In addition, condensation may occur in warm conditions if plastic is used.


Alpaca fur is not machine washable! 
Your alpaca fur will need to be taken to a professional furrier to be cleaned which can be expensive. For that reason, and for the fact that they are a more delicate item, care should be taken to keep it clean in the first place.
For spills or spot cleaning, a sponge with a mild soap and water solution will work best. Make certain that you don't get the leather wet by using so much liquid that it penetrates through the fur, down to the leather.
Periodically using some kind of talcum powder will help to  keep your alpaca fur smelling fresh.

Are Alpaca killed for their fur?

Please note that the alpaca animals are not killed for their pelt but have died a natural death. There is also an economic reason for this; alpacas, which have a lifespan of 20-25 years, are too valuable for their wool to be killed for their fur. Alpacas are also known as the 'sheep of the Andes' and are a source of livelihood for poor communities.

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