Purely traditional and disarmingly straightforward. It is no coincidence that the name Raja - which is Sanskrit for ‘king’ - was chosen for this strong, hand-knotted rug. After all, the Raja, made from the wool of sheep in the Himalayas, testifies to a royal authenticity and a complete mastery of the craft. That is why everything is done by hand: from shearing the sheep to carding the wool, from dyeing the fibers, and spinning the yarn to the ultimate knotting of the carpet. The result is a rug with an unbeatable charm that is never plain in colour because of the many natural hues. Made of 100% Tibetan wool. Can be used as a wall-to-wall carpet.Where to buy
Tibetan wool is produced by local sheep from the Himalayan mountains. The wool stands out through its strength, purity, and irregularity.
Purely traditional and disarmingly honest. Everything up to the final knotting of the carpet is done by hand.
Liset van der Scheer
Liset always tries to stretch the bounds of possibility. Looking at color has become her second nature and in building designs be it for textiles or carpets, her starting point is always the expression of the yarn.
These are possible by using different colour areas, pile height areas, cuts or a combination of the above mentioned possibilities.
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