Tres Texture Gold Rug By Nanimarquina • GIRONES HOME

Tres Texture Gold Rug By Nanimarquina

Designed by Nani Marquina and Elisa Padrón, the Tres Texture Gold Rug is made of virgin wool of Indian origin (50%) and tencel (50%). The technique used to make this rug is called Hand Loomed Dhurrie and allows the design of a flat structure formed from the intersection between the weft and the warp. Its peculiarity lies in the production of three independent pieces in which different fibers predominate. The proportion and combination of wool, felt and cotton generate changes in tone and irregularities in the weft.

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  • Estimated Delivery Time: Estimated shipping time 3 to 8 days.
  • Color: Golden
  • Material: (50%) Indian (50%). Tencel
"The Tres Texture Gold Rug belongs to the TRES TEXTURE GOLD collection by Nanimarquina. A collection that reflects Nanimarquina's passion for craftsmanship and pays tribute, more specifically, to the millenary trade of weaving. Through the collection, it is claimed to return to the basic, appreciating beauty in details and respecting tradition.This collection pays homage to the Tres collection, incorporating into the family a gold rug, sophisticated and elegant as well as contemporary, light and adaptable to any space. The beauty of this collection woven by hand in India lies in the contribution of shine thanks to the use of golden Tencel fiber combined with the elegance of black wool. In addition, the crossing of the fibers and their different thicknesses generates a cushioned texture, very pleasant to the touch. Tres Texture Gold combines the colors black and gold to add shine and elegance, and thick and fine fibers to generate texture. This is a high-quality dhurrie made in India from New Zealand wool, a flexible and 100% biodegradable material. These rugs will help you create cozy and comfortable environments. Tres captivates with its elemental and timeless design."

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