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Many people like to hang up their Native American Kilim on the wall instead of a picture or use them as bedspreads. A great advantage with a Kilim is that some varieties are double sided and can be turned if they get dirty which increases their lifespan.
Vintage Donegal Rug – The manufacture of Vintage Donegal Rug began in 1858, in Ireland. The conventional designs of these stylish arts and crafts design rugs border neoclassical features from the 20th century. The Irish Donegal rugs were predominantly custom made with colors that were selected according to the preference of the client. The history of these Irish rugs borders the positive influence of an English textile designer named William Morris. He applied art nouveau as well as arts and crafts design aesthetics. As a result, the popularity of his designs sky rocketed. Among the important centers for rug weaving in Europe are Spain, England, and France. The history began in 1989 under the influence of Alexander Morton & Company in London. The firm produced handmade carpets in Donegal, Ireland. During which time, an entrepreneur by the name of Gustav Stickley was the owner of many Donegal carpets.
Size: 11’4 x 14
A vibrant and engaging medallion stands out against a deliberately calm field on this exquisite Serapi rug. The traditional large tribal motifs are masterfully woven of only the finest wool with a wonderful color palette of natural dyes in warm tones to accentuate any room.
11’10” x 13’3″
American native antique Navajo made of natural dyes.