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Surya Nomadic Kilim Collection NMD703 Southwest Inspired Rug

Starting at: $144.60
The Nomadic Kilim collection is solely comprised of warps and wefts, with no knots and crafted in the flat woven style. The weaver passes the wefts between each warp from selvedge to selvedge. A vertical slit is created with every change of design - This technique is called slit tapestry weave. Hand woven in India using the finest semi-worsted New Zealand Wool and detailed with intricate weave, each rug has been created to reflect the spirit of the original kilim pieces. Learn More

Surya Archive Collection ACH1707 Flat Weave Rug

Starting at: $79.80
The Archive Collection features a hand woven flat weave construction that beautifully highlights the simplicity and sophistication as part of Surya's Smithsonian Collection. Ornament list and architect Owen Jones produced handsome volumes on design in Victorian Britain, including The Grammar of Chinese Ornament, an encyclopedia of pattern inspired by historic and traditional ornament from around the world. The Grammar of Chinese Ornament lavishly displays artwork of ancient Chinese cultures in 1 exquisite full color plates. This book is held by the Smithsonian Institution Libraries' Special Collections which contains some of the most intriguing and unusual assets comprising of books, journals, and pamphlets as well as manuscripts, maps, prints, medals and other objects. Learn More

Surya Archive Collection ACH1709 Flat Weave Rug

Starting at: $79.80
The Archive Collection features a hand woven flat weave construction that beautifully highlights the simplicity and sophistication as part of Surya's Smithsonian Collection. Ornament list and architect Owen Jones produced handsome volumes on design in Victorian Britain, including The Grammar of Chinese Ornament, an encyclopedia of pattern inspired by historic and traditional ornament from around the world. The Grammar of Chinese Ornament lavishly displays artwork of ancient Chinese cultures in 1 exquisite full color plates. This book is held by the Smithsonian Institution Libraries' Special Collections which contains some of the most intriguing and unusual assets comprising of books, journals, and pamphlets as well as manuscripts, maps, prints, medals and other objects. Learn More

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