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Ivory white sheepskin rug online sale by UGG Australian Made Since 1974
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Ivory white Duo sheepskin rug online sale by UGG Australian Made Since 1974
Ivory white Quad sheepskin rug online sale by UGG Australian Made Since 1974
$ 119.95 AUD

Sheepskin Rug

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This luxuriously soft long wool sheepskin rug can be used as a floor covering or a throw on a chair or bed. Available in ivory white. The gentler tanning process creates a more natural colour, a creamy white with yellow tones. 

Average length for single sheepskin rug is 95cm.

Each duo and quad sheepskin rug is made to order. Please leave notes at checkout for any size requests and we will do our best as these are natural products with unique variations.

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Ciara Boland
Love my sheepskin rug

It is better than I expected. A good size, super soft and versatile. I was worried it would be small but is a good size for on the floor next to my bed. Also may put it on the sofa from time to time.
V happy with my purchase and glad to be able to buy a local product made in Australia.
It came with a lotbof packaging, which is nice but less is more these days?

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Emma
Wonderful

It’s so soft and warm. Larger than I expected but has turned out to be the perfect size. I have it on my bed and it’s been perfect for this winter. Recommend highly

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Rizad A.
UGG sheepskin rug-single SRS-090 ivory

The rug is absolutely gorgeous and feels so soft and luxurious. My nephew who lives in Brisbane brought one to me in Long Beach, California. We use it on each side of the bed. It’s nice to step out of bed onto a fluffy sheepskin rug especially in winter!

The color and quality is superior to the China processed ones that are sold in the US. One thing I notice is that the single sized sheepskin is much smaller than the two older Australian ones that I’ve owned for the last twenty years. I wonder why? Has the sheep gotten smaller or are thy using lambs instead of full grown sheep? Hopefully UGG can provide an answer.