Stirling

From the Tessuto Collection

From $3,177

This repeating pattern uses the ‘salt & pepper’ weaving technique where a pattern is created using alternating colours in each knot which makes a chequer pattern, as seen in Persian Gabbehs.  this gives the piece life.  The deep tones have a vibrancy as a result.

This repeating pattern uses the ‘salt & pepper’ weaving technique where a pattern is created using alternating colours in each knot which makes a chequer pattern, as seen in Persian Gabbehs.  t...
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Compositions: Persian hand knotted wool
Size: Custom sizes are available on request. Contact us
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  • 4ftx6ft 5 months $3,177
  • 3ftx10ft 5 months $4,015
  • 5ftx8ft 5 months $5,329
  • 6ftx9ft 6 months $7,193
  • 8ftx10ft 7 months $10,702
  • 9ftx12ft 8 months $14,443
  • 10ftx14ft 9 months $18,942
  • 12ftx15ft 10 months $24,091
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We hope you are happy with you Luke Irwin Rug. If for any reason you are unhappy and wish to discuss an issue or simply to return the item, please email us within fourteen days of receipt at orders@lukeirwin.com

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Tessuto Collection

 

Each rug in the Tessuto collection takes inspiration from the distinct qualities of the weave that creates a fabric; whether a heavy woven tartan or the softest of silk.  The earliest documented tartan in Britain dates from the 3rd century. Found in Stirlingshire fragments of tartan stuffed into the mouth of an earthenware pot containing 2,000 Roman coins. It is generally regarded that "clan tartans" date no earlier than the beginning of the 19th century, and are an example of an invented tradition. In fact the method of identifying friend from foe was not through tartans but by the colour of ribbon worn upon the bonnet. 

Each rug is hand-knotted to order.

This design is available to view in our London showroom.

This rug can be made in custom sizes, colours and composition. Prices on request.  Contact our design team at shop@lukeirwin.com

I discovered this beautiful collection on my travels. These pieces are inspired by antique Persian flat weaves and the textures of vintage fabrics, hence the name ‘Tessuto’ meaning fabric. 
Luke Irwin
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We hope you are happy with your Luke Irwin rug. If for any reason you are unhappy and wish to discuss an issue or simply return it please email us within 14 days of receipt at orders@lukeirwin.com.

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