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  • This elegant woollen carpet is crafted according to the tuttopieno (full bodied) pibiones relief technique.

  • This carpet in Sardinian wool reinterprets the textile modules of the designer-artist Eugenio Tavolara, especially designed in the 1950s for the village of Bolotana and which are now known in the context of the iconographic range of local weaving as sas candelitas, the candles.

  • The wave-like winding geometric figures and sophisticated warm colours characterize the large rug with a modern design. Made of Sardinia wool following the "piana" weaving technique, it is available in different sizes, suitable for several different rooms.

  • This cotton and Sardinia wool carpet features a bright colour composition, with prevalent yellow-earth and magenta, applied to the traditional a date decoration, a band motif with a geometrical pattern inspired by local tradition, available in different designs, each of which labelled wi

  • Decorated with a rich floral pattern, this tapestry is the symbol of the traditional weaving industry of the village of  Mogoro, woven with precious silk threads into sophisticated chromatic harmonies, dyed with natural colours and decorated with golden threads.

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The traditional textile industry offers a remarkable production, resulting from the mediation between history and traditional knowledge and the needs of contemporary living. The craftsmen working on the island – almost all of them pursuing family traditions, having been trained since they were children in the use of hand looms – now offer a very high quality production, full of archaic memories but, at the same time, featuring a modern design, a reinterpretation of the past to give new life to it. Nowadays, the textiles made in Sardinia feature a distinctive Sardinian character, the core element of Sardinian craftsmanship, but they also offer new shapes, models and materials with a strong and modern personality.