We offer lambskin rugs at ~ $240-300 per rug, depending on size, color, and quality. These rugs are prepared from our lambskins by a tannery in east-central Pennsylvania. The lambs will have ~8 months’ growth (several inches) of fleece on them at the time the hides are tanned (less in the case of pelts from adult sheep), making our rugs very cozy as bedside rugs or as chair warmers. Please contact us to make arrangements in advance, as we do not typically maintain an inventory; lambskins are only harvested when lambs are sent to the butcher in December. Lambskin rugs require approximately two months (absent supply-chain issues) from the time they’re dropped off until the time tanning has been completed, so plan early if you wish a Christmas present for someone.

Note: although the tannery advertises these as machine-washable, we recommend having the tannery clean them as needed. If you mail them, they’ll return them to you within a couple of weeks. (Details below).

View 2024 lambskin rugs

Information on how to launder sheepskin rugs is available here; please read carefully before laundering your own rugs! If you’re worried about their felting, you can always return them to the tannery, who will launder them for you for a $20 charge (plus shipping). I travel to the tannery once per year (in December), and would be happy to drop off your rug for cleaning at that time.

“White” rugs are actually a light cream color. “Black” rugs may be a dark charcoal gray or brown, close to a pure black, fading to reddish tips, or (especially for adult sheep) they may have faded naturally to a silvery gray. 

For size: the floor tiles are 1′ x 1′.

Lambskin rug (white)

Lambskin rug (black)
Lambskin rug (silver; usually only obtained from adult sheep)