375 x 275 cm Ushak / Heriz style carpet for London town house
380 x 285 cm Dining room - above
430 x 330 cm Ushak or Heriz type for retail shop
440 x 275 cm Persian carpet for retail shop
340 x 330 cm any style for retail shop
We are honoured to have been chosen to assist in the refurbishment of the recently semi-derelict Elizabethan mansion Pitchfork Hall.
@PitchfordEstate Project continues 2018
We continue working with the ‘Handel and Hendrix House’ at 25 Brook Street, Mayfair, London to help re-create,source, install and caption original furnishings of the rooms occupied by Jimi Hendrix in 1968 - 1970. It appears Jimi was fond of oriental rugs. Although he hardly had the time to fully develop his taste one can see he was certainly on the right track. For more information contact Ella Roberts ERoberts@handelhendrix.org
Sadly the carpet seen here made for this project was declined. We thought it looked a perfectly stunning fit.
A Karapinar plainweave in natural wool from central Turkey ideally suits the light and airy feel of this sparsely furnished penthouse admirably suiting its surroundings. The flatweave is at least 50 years of age but has been preserved in as new condition.
We had a request to provide a carpet for a borders church used by the Kelso Music Society. A carpet was required jointly for church chancel furnishings and as a pad for chamber groups of musicians, the brief being for a sober yet elegant appearance, a firm texture - with the right acoustic attributes. The carpet chosen was a Persian Sultanaband carpet, densely knotted and relatively modern but employing a traditional ‘ Herati ‘ design. The design taking its name from the Timurid city in W. Afghanistan comprises of a flower inside a rhomb surrounded by four acanthus type leaves sometimes seen as fish. The pattern is often used on carpets as an all-over/repeated motif.
During a very tight closure period during New Years holidays we were called upon at short notice to repair and refurbish the club’s set of Pinton Felletin Aubusson carpets. The project was achieved on time and within budget
Stuart and Mary Manley have furnished what is probably the largest bookshop in the North of England with carpets supplied by us including two red Turkish Ushak carpets as seen here. Textiles and kilims also supplied furnish the upholstery in the restaurant and reading rooms.