Caumont Bronze Rug
The Caumont Bronze Rug is made from 100 knot Tibetan wool and Botanic silk. The design brings to mind the faded edge of a piece of parchment, a non symmetrical pattern where hints of colour seep in from one side. Also available in custom sizes and colours.
This rug is made entirely by hand in the Riviere workshop in Kathmandu, Nepal.
This product is Made To Order
Lead time: 12–18 weeks
Dimensions: W280 L380CM
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Riviere Custom Handmade Rugs was founded in 2005 by Camilla & Leo Riviere. With backgrounds in art and design, they have a thorough understanding and appreciation of classical & modern architecture, paintings and interiors. Having also travelled extensively in Europe & Asia, their inspiration draws heavily on all these experiences.
The collection is entirely handcrafted in Riviere’s own workshop in the Kathmandu valley of Nepal. Using only the finest grade, hand carded and hand spun Tibetan wool and pure Chinese silk, the rugs are hand woven with a minimum of 100 knots per square inch. In addition to wool and silk we offer a wide range of other yarns and knot counts including mohair, nettle, linen and botanic silk.
Riviere rugs are unique – combining craftsmanship and creativity to produce pieces that are original, beautiful and will last for generations. In an increasingly mass produced world, they are proud to be part of a highly skilled artisan tradition.