$620.00 – $1,230.00
A complementary runner to The Fintona rug, this carpet design was originally displayed at the Grafton Gallery in London during a Liberty’s exhibition in 1903. It artfully depicts the boughs of the giant hemlock. This version has an ivory background, red umber, burnt sienna, and camel tones, accented by cornflower and pale blues.
Hand-knotted in northern India from 100% New Zealand wool, our rugs are produced on upright wooden looms that reflect a handcraft dating back more than 1,000 years. Swiss Chrome dyes are used versus traditional vegetable dyes to ensure color-fastness and consistency from rug to rug.
The Arts & Crafts rug patterns are authentic reproductions. As with the original 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 require more. A typical 8′ x 10′ rug will have upwards of 575,000 hand-tied knots.
An exact image is not available for this runner.
Each rug is handmade so sizes are approximate.
2.5’W x 6’L
2.5’W x 8’L
2.5’W x 10’L
2.5’W x 12’L
Our accessories are handcrafted so they may not always be in stock. We will personally advise you of expected lead-times, if any, after you place your order.
|Dimensions||12 x 12 x 12 in|
6′, 8′, 10′, 12′