Zebra rug 7 x 4 ft Art Deco design hand-knotted
Top modern Art Deco Rug, hand-knotted in Tibetan highland wool.A real eye catcher. The zebra pattern on this rug is based on a design from the 1920s. In the Art Deco era, "animal" patterns were very popular. At various auction houses, including Sotheby's London and Lyon & Turnbull Glasgow, the designs for these pieces from the 1920s were assigned to the English architect Oliver Hill (1887 - 1968), who is said to have had such carpets made in Tiensin in North China for Nichols of London. Unfortunately we cannot find any evidence of this.
We produce these carpets as a new edition in the classic size of 200 x 120 cm / 7 x 4 ft. Other formats are also possible on request.
Design: Zebra Art Deco
Size: 200 x 120 cm / 7 x 4 ft
Materials: Tibetan highland wool
Production method: hand-knotted
Quality: Very fine 150 knots in Tibetan knots. The knot density refers to one square inch, this corresponds to 2.54 x 2.54 cm. With a fineness of 150 knots per square inch, the knot density corresponds to 232500 knots per square meter. The conversion factor from inch² to m² is x 1550.
Colors: ivory, black
Other sizes possible: Yes, on order.
Care: normal vacuum cleaner, if necessary professional carpet washing, no dry cleaning.
Carpet stop underlay: Recommended.
Made in Nepal.