no.06

no.06

€900.00Price

Introducing no.06, a continuation of the iconic no.01 in a limited and luxe edition. The soft low pile has been hand knotted by the craftsmen with approximately 90 knots per inch which creates this true piece art. The curved triumph shape and the soft contrast between the dark grey and creme beige creates an eclectic and bold signature piece. A long fringe edge elevates the end line and adds an arty detail.  
Any variation in color or detailing is a result of the handcrafted nature of this item and makes each piece unique.

 

 

For custom sizes please contact us

Size
  • Product Info

    Product type: Hand knotted in New Zeeland wool

    Material: Wool

    Warp: Cotton 

    Color: Natural

    Pile height: approx 15 mm

    GSM (Gross Weight per Sq.Mtr): 2300 g/m²

    Sizes: 85x120 & 120x180 cm

    Production: India 

  • Delivery

    8-12 weeks delivery.

    Free delivery for countries within EU, no other duties or fees will be added.

    For countries outside EU, no shipping charges will be added. However, import duties, customs, tariffs and/or local tax fees may be applied by your country's customs authorities. Please check our local import regulations exact fees. Normally, this will be invoiced separately by the shipping partner.

    All rugs are delivered to you by courier.

    Due to the Corona virus (Covid 19) the delivery time is uncertain and it is only preliminary.If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out!

    If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us.

  • Care for your Cappelen Dimyr

    You can trust your Cappelen Dimyr is produced by hand, in the finest available wool with long and strong fibres. However, all long pile rugs tend to shed initially and we therefor recommend you to vacuum your rug daily for an initial period. It is normal for the rug to lose individual fibres, and the excess fibres does not affect the quality of the rug. We recommend to vacuum without a rotary brush spout on our long pile rugs, since there is a risk of damaging the yarn. Also make sure not to use a heavy beater bar or have the vacuum on the setting closest to the ground. Shedding tends to decrease within a couple of months.

     

    Remove stains by carefully use only warm water or for more heavy marks add a tiny bit of normal soap. The wool contains natural fat which helps keeping stains from penetrating the fibres, and is therefore important to sustain. For excess liquid gently dab with a microfiber cloth. For more thorough cleaning, dry cleaning is recommended.