This is not a rug in stock. We will make a new rug for you on your order.
If you wish to match certain colors, you may send fabric swatches to us and our design staff will match them in your rug. A corner sample will be made and shipped to you. You will see what you are going to receive before your rug is on loom. No surprises.
Please contact us for a quote if you need a different size or color.
Quality samples are available to ship to make sure you love our quality prior to order.
* Hand-knotted exactly as it was in France centuries ago
* This is a reproduction, not an immitation
* 100% New Zealand Wool
* Cotton foundation
* The wool material is excellent for stain resistance and a lifetime of enjoyment
Please note that the rug was not perfectly flat when these pictures were taken. The warped lines in the carpet are not a defect, but only a result of the fold lines on the carpet because of its not being laid perfectly flat. The crease will disappear after a few months.
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* Custom designs are available
* Custom sizes are available
* Custom colors are available
* Create your dream rug by sending us a picture
* We are committed to quality products and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed!
Designers and dealers are more than welcome. This rug can be custom made if you need a different size. Design can be customized too. There is no limit to any change like add-ons and eliminations. For example, you may replace the border with one from another design or eliminate the medallion. Colors can also be customized. If you wish, you can always supply us with fabric swatches, paint chips, or yarn samples, etc... We can match them in the rug . A strike-off will be produced to make sure of final results meeting your requirements.
About French Savonnerie rugs
Savonnerie rugs were mainly woven for palaces by special orders. These designs were produced under the direction of artists of the royal courts. These designs produced under the direction of artists of the royal courts consisted of naturalistic floral motifs, coats of arms and heraldic devices and some architectural motifs. Many rugs echoed the elegant ceilings of the rooms for which they were commissioned. The greatest period for Savonnerie rugs was between 1650 and 1789. A French Savonnerie rug is a perfect companion for rooms with European or Traditional furnishing and decor.