Natural Black Icelandic quad sheepskin rug


Discounted! The tannery accidentally sent these quads to us and they offered us a discount to keep them. We’re passing the savings on to you so we can move them on out!

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Icelandic sheep, a heritage breed, is one of the oldest and most luxurious wool producing sheep, yet also a true triple-purpose breed. Icelandic sheepskins are a staple in professionally decorated interiors throughout the world! They’re admired for their long hairy wool and supple feel. Icelandic sheepskins have minimal to no shedding, which makes these fleeces very versatile and desirable among top interior decorators.

We list individually each sheepskin, so you can see exactly what you will receive. Use this sheepskin as an accent piece, sheepskin sofa throw, or a chair cover to add warmth and a touch of luxury to your space.

-A quad sheepskin is 4 sheepskin pelts stitched together to make a large area rug, throw blanket or whatever you decide to use it for!
-Made using 4 natural Black Icelandic sheepskin pelts! No dyes are ever used so each one is totally unique.
-Measurements are approximate and taken as seen in the photos

Natural black color can range from a very jet black to a deep brownish black and sometimes with a tinge of red. Our natural black sheepskins are never dyed.

Sheepskins are a natural, renewable, and sustainable resource, unlike their synthetic faux look-a-likes. We offer sheepskin products that are not raised for their hides alone. The products on our website come from sheep that are raised for their milk, meat and fiber.

“Sheepskin rug” is the term used to describe a sheepskin pelt, and not to be confused as being suitable for only the floor. Sheepskin use is unlimited.

Additional information


100% natural genuine sheepskin





Fur Origin

Area Rugs, Runners & Throws

Wool Type

Long hair 4" & Up

Sheepskin Thickness and Density

Each sheepskin rug is ONE OF A KIND and is unique since these pieces are not factory created. No two will ever be exactly alike. We have come up with our own method for you to determine the thickness and density of each sheepskin rug so you can compare. We take each sheepskin pelt and fold it in half, then ball it in three folds and place it on a chair. Here you can see and compare sheepskins of similar length to how they match up.

How dense and plush are your sheepskins

Sheepskin rugs & Sizing

How we measure our sheepskins. We always measure on the wool side not the leather backside of the sheepskin

How we measure our sheepskin rugs

More information about our sheepskins

Shipping and Returns

Sheepskin Coloring

Depending on the lighting and colors in your home, the sheepskin may have different color tones more prominent than others seen on our website.

  • Natural sheepskins can have a mixture of tones such as cream, white, gray, tan, black and brown. It’s possible that a natural sheepskin can display all the colors in a single hide or show a combination of some of those colors. No two natural sheepskins will be alike.

  • A natural white sheepskin will NEVER be solid white. Natural white sheepskins can vary from a cream, ivory and often with lanolin which makes the sheep’s wool appear slightly yellow or beige. When placed near other warm tones, people rarely notice the color of lanolin.

  • A natural black sheepskin can be anywhere from very black, a deep brown black with reddish highlights due to sun exposure and sometimes have gray hairs.

  • A natural brown sheepskin can display a variety of shades from very light brown, golden brown, reddish brown to a dark chocolate brown. Sometimes a brown sheepskin can have all of those colors present in a single hide.

  • Natural gray sheepskins are stunning, rare and present with a variety of colors. Browns, blacks, creams, lanolin (beige) & different degrees of gray can be present.

Color questions? Email prior to purchase if you have certain expectations!