Inglês antigo Axminster Carpet

Inglês antigo Axminster Tapete BB1162

Preço: $80,000

Um século mais cedo 20th Tapete Axminster from England, the shaded pastel blue and green field with flowering vinery and stylized palmette trellis overall within a red palmette and serrated leaf border.

The history of the Axminster carpet started in 1755, when Thomas Whitty opened a carpet manufacturing company in the town of Axminster, in the county of Devon. The development of carpet manufacture in England during this period was enabled by laws which were designed to promote locally produced textiles, out of concern that foreign textiles were dominating the market, particularly by the French Savonnerie antigos tapetes orientais. These early English Axminster rugs were hand knotted, and they quickly became the undisputed choice for wealthy aristocracy. Classical European carpets and other European rugs grace the floors of Chatsworth and Brighton Pavillion to name a few and were bought by George III and Queen Charlotte who visited the factory in the 18th Century.

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Item No .: BB1162 Cerca de: 1920 Tamanho: 13'5 "× 27'9" (408 × 845 cm)
Estilo: Negrito, Botânico, Casual Origem: Tapetes ingleses, tapetes europeus