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Stickley | The Donegal: Green/Blue area rug

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Originally on display at Grafton Gallery in London during a Liberty's Exhibition in 1903, this carpet design artfully depicts the boughs of a giant hemlock. Gustav Stickley himself owned several Donegal rugs that were crafted in Donegal, Ireland. Hand-knotted by Nepalese weavers using wool from Himalayan Highland sheep.

This design was originally on display at Grafton Gallery in London during a Liberty's Exhibition in 1903
Artfully depicts the boughs of a giant hemlock
Made of Himilayan Wool/Silk
Hand-Knotted in Nepal
4-6 weeks Quick Ship for in-stock rugs
2'9" x 8'
2'9" x 10'
2'9" x 12'
4' x 6'
6' x 9'
8' x 10'
9' x 12'
10' x 14'

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