Antique Needlework Carpet
Antique Needlework Carpet Description:
An early 20th century needlepoint rugs kits, the oatmeal field with two rows of enlarged leafy floral bouquets, each within subtle ivory lacy oval frames.
Antique rug production was introduced to Europe by the Moors of Spain between the eighth and thirteenth centuries. While Oriental rugs for sale initially had a significant influence on European rugs designs, various regions came to develop their own unique styles and techniques over time. In France, starting in the seventeenth century, factories in Savonnerie and Aubusson began producing some of the most exceptional rugs of the last few centuries. From 1660 until 1743 Savonnerie was a manufacture royal, carrying out commissions for pile rugs and antique european carpets specifically designed for the Royal Palaces. In England, high-quality rug production in the town of Axminster in the late 18th century gradually paved the way for the Arts & Crafts rugs in the late nineteenth century when William Morris designed a pattern for an Axminster rug.Watch full size video of A Needlework carpet, Circa 1920, ID BB2920 - Video