Absolutely wonderful. I love how the imagery is against such a sparse background. You folks flush with enough cash to get something of this sort are very, very lucky.
‘Franziska Henning calls her carpets “Poetic Images” – images that “have been inspired by a wide variety of regions, periods and moods.” The designs of our first collection are partly based on German 19th-century silhouette cutouts and traditional Japanese woodcuts…Our rugs are knotted from fine Himalaya wool and chinese silk following ancient Tibetan handicraft traditions. We want to create rugs that belong to people, beautiful rugs in the very best quality, which will keep creating a special atmosphere a whole life long, and whose beauty and character only grow stronger with the passing years.’
Sterntaler (left) and Fairy Tale shown.
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