– hand-knotted Tibetan wool and Chinese silk
– 30% silk 70% wool
– 100 knots per inch
– 5mm pile
– made to order
Emphasizing the imperfect nature of life, Kintsugi — the Japanese technique of repairing broken pottery with gold dusted lacquer — highlights the potential beauty in broken things and makes visible their fragile history. Though our rugs last lifetimes, that meditative notion of impermanence is offered in this design, variations of which combine a more or less hidden shibori pattern and porcelain fragments throughout.