Well suited for the dining room because of its border design, this Archibald Knox carpet exemplifies his gradual transition toward Art Nouveau while retaining elements of Arts & Crafts. In dark olive ground with terra cotta, pale sage, heather, spruce, and brown.
Our rugs are hand knotted in northern India. They are produced on upright wooden looms that reflect a handcraft dating back for more than 1,000 years. A typical 8' x10' rug will have upwards of 575,000 hand-tied knots. All our rugs are woven with 100% New Zealand wool. The rugs use Swiss Chrome dyes versus traditional vegetable dyes, to ensure color-fastness and consistent color from rug to rug. Every effort has been made to authentically reproduce Arts & Crafts rug patterns from the period. As with the originals period rugs, knot density is a direct reflection of design complexity. Open patterns with large scale designs usually require 50-80 knots/inch. More intricate designs are higher. Given the hand made nature of each rug, sizes are approximate.
The Bromley rug has limited availability. Please call for size options and pricing.