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Phoenix - Hand Knotted Rug

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Inspired by the intricate embroidery of Japanese kimonos, this luxurious rug has a phoenix at its centre, which represents the cyclical nature of life, rebirth and renewal, surrounded by glorious chrysanthemums in full bloom and playful, fluttering butterflies. 

Intricately detailed with lustrous silk, the jewel-like colours spring to life against a dramatic dark background resulting in a glorious, bold and beautiful artwork for your floor.

Available Made to Order in Custom Sizes. Refundable Sample Service and Worldwide Shipping. Chat to Us to Learn More.

Production
Hand-Knotted
Pile Height
8mm
Composition
Wool & Silk
Available Sizes
L274cm x W183cm
L335cm x W244cm
Custom sizes available upon request
Please note that our rug samples are purchased on a loan basis and the amount will be refunded once the sample has been returned. We pay for the shipping to you, you pay for the return. More information can be found here.
Please contact an advisor for estimated lead times on this design.
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'The phoenix is the ‘king of birds’ and symbolises good fortune and opportunity as it appears only in times of peace and prosperity. In Chinese mythology, the phoenix is a benevolent bird since it does not harm insects, and each of its body parts represents one of the virtues – benevolence (ren 仁 ), righteousness (yi 義), propriety (li 礼), knowledge (zhi 智) and sincerity (xin 信).'

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