Shell Studies

Deliante Designs

"Shell Studies" is made of Tibetan wool and silk hand knotted by adult artisans in Nepal. 100 knots, 4mm pile height. The design was created by Danielle David Grinnen, artist and designer of Deliante Designs LLC. The design was created based on Danielle's drawings of slate. This rug has the GoodWeave label which ensures that it's independently certified as child labor free. Made to Order and Customizable (size, color, knot count).

Contemporary Area Rug from Deliante Designs, Model: Tibetan Wool and Silk, 100 knot, 4mm
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Model: Tibetan Wool and Silk, 100 knot, 4mm

General Style: Contemporary

Essential Properties: Artisan, Environmentally Green, Handmade (Also available in One-of-a-kind)

Weave: Handknotted, Handmade

Design: Abstract, Curvilinear

Shape: Rectangle (Also available in Square, Runner, Other Shape, Oval, Round)

Material: Wool, Silk (Also available in Natural Fiber)

Knots Per Square Inch: Fewer than 160 (Also available in 160 to 300)

Age: Contemporary

Color / Finish: Yellow, Vegetable Dye, Orange, Black, Gold, Blue, Multicolored

Features: (Also available in Custom, One-of-a-kind)

Origin: American, Nepal

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