Doris Leslie Blau Collection Tibetan Art Deco Hand Knotted Wool and Silk Rug N11372 9'0" × 11'10" $12,000
Inspired with both Chinese and European Art Deco, this modern rug presents an exceptionally intriguing face, orderly but with a subtle Asian feel to it. An allover trellis covering the entire main field will introduce an intriguing geometric stir into any interior. All the more, it is rendered in elegant shades of mocca and slate that will seamlessly match all kinds of décors.
The design, however constitutes only a half of the modern rug’s success – let us not forget about the execution. Carefully woven by hand in accordance with traditional techniques by a skilled artisan, the rug will surely withstand years of usage without any signs of wear. The combination of wool and silk ensures that the rug is not only durable but also soft and lustrous.
The turn of the 20th century brought a wave of changes that affected not only the sociopolitical field but all forms of artistic expression. It was then, particularly in the 1920s, when Art Deco – Arts Décoratifs – was born, a trend that combined modernist styles with fine craftsmanship and rich materials. During its heyday, Art Deco represented luxury, glamour, exuberance, and faith in social and technological progress. The style infiltrated the world of carpet manufacturers, leading to the creation of fabulous Art Deco rugs, ready to compliment the modern décor and Art Deco furnishings, unlike antique carpets for sale from the previous era.
Doris Leslie Blau Collection Tibetan Art Deco Hand Knotted Wool and Silk Rug N11372
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