Vintage French Art Deco Cogolin Beige Rug BB5994 16'5" × 18'4" $70,000
Founded in the village of Cogolin in the Provence Alpes, La Manufacture Cogolin was launched by Jean Lauer as a producer of silk. In 1928, the company purchased handlooms, featuring a jacquard mechanism combining needle, cylinder, and punch-card components, and began weaving vintage style rugs.
The heir of an enduring cultural legacy, La Manufacture Cogolin and its talented artisans draw on the heritage of the past and innovations of the present, designing exclusive antique oriental rugs to decorate the world’s most prestigious luxury hotels, embassies and private residences.
Doris Leslie Blau is proud to be in possession of an incredibly vast collection of antique carpets and European Art Deco rugs for sale which will please the eyes and the hands of even the most demanding connoisseurs. Visit our New York City Gallery and experience the magic and mystery of weaving masterpieces for yourself.
Art Deco is a style of visual arts, architecture and design that first appeared in France just before World War I. The Art Deco movement led to a fast evolution of the rug and textile design, among other art forms. Rug design evolved from traditional floral and highly ornamental to a style of angular elegance with geometric, abstract and modern figurative motifs. The design is frequently spare, geometric, and architectural. The rugs created during this period remain elegant and refined to this day.
Vintage French Art Deco Cogolin Beige Rug BB5994