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Floral Hooked Rug, 4'3" x 3'6"

Gabriel Gibson Decorative Arts

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Floral Hooked Rug, 4'3" x 3'6"
Floral Hooked Rug, 4'3" x 3'6"
Floral Hooked Rug, 4'3" x 3'6"
Floral Hooked Rug, 4'3" x 3'6"
Floral Hooked Rug, 4'3" x 3'6"
Floral Hooked Rug, 4'3" x 3'6"
Floral Hooked Rug, 4'3" x 3'6"
Floral Hooked Rug, 4'3" x 3'6"

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

USA

Materials:

wool

Size:

51" L x 42" W

Color/Finish:

black/blue/red

Care:

professional cleaning

Why We Love This

Hand-hooked rug designed and made in 1953 by Henrietta Dew (1895-1979) of Baltimore, Maryland. Dew was an instructor at the Maryland Institute of Art from 1922-1952. Note the blue cartouche with pink and blue flourishes. Blue butterflies and detailed realistic flowers are excellently executed. This is a museum quality rug. The base cloth is linen, thus the rug will last. Perfect for a room that needs an almost square floor cover.
As described by Gabriel Gibson Decorative Arts

Why We Love This

Hand-hooked rug designed and made in 1953 by Henrietta Dew (1895-1979) of Baltimore, Maryland. Dew was an instructor at the Maryland Institute of Art from 1922-1952. Note the blue cartouche with pink and blue flourishes. Blue butterflies and detailed realistic flowers are excellently executed. This is a museum quality rug. The base cloth is linen, thus the rug will last. Perfect for a room that needs an almost square floor cover.

About Gabriel Gibson Decorative Arts

Nancy Gibson, proprietor of Gabriel Gibson Decorative Arts, spent 20 years as textile curator at the DAR Museum in Washington, DC creating exhibitions, managing and interpreting the textiles in more than 30 historic period rooms, and developing products based on the museum's collection. Nancy uses her knowledge of textiles, historic interiors and design to offer clients objects that they will love to live with and that will stand the test of time.