Hand knotted rug from India. Black wool field with raised silk pattern
Was $5,900 Now $2,350
Lapchi- Belle Leaves
Lapchi Tibetan carpet, woven in Nepal with handspun wool and silk Swiss chrome dyes.
Was $7,350 Now $2,000
Vintage Oushak. Woven in Turkey Circa 1940
Was $3,200 Now $720
Wool and silk Tibetan carpet. Hand knotted in Nepal with hands-on wool and Chinese Silk.
Was $6,700 Now $2,200
Hand knotted in India. 100% wool.
Was $3,500 Now, $1,300
Persian Kilim handwoven in Iran. Flatweave rug.
Was $5,900 Now $1,980
Wool with Sari Silk
Wool and Sari Silk, hand knotted in India.
Was 7,600 Now $3,200
Hand-knotted in India. Repeating pattern.
Was $8,950 Now, $3,800
Kooches, Tibetan Rug. Hand-knotted in Nepal
Was $2,200 Now $850
Persian Kilim hand woven in Iran. Tightly woven flatweave.
Was $9,400 Now $3,500
Silk, hand knotted area rug
100% raw silk. Hand knotted in India
Was $5,300 Now $1,600
Ven, Coral Rust
5’6” x 8’6”
Designed by Vincente Wolfe for Tufenkian Carpets, hand knotted in Nepal using hand spun wool and silk yarns.
Was $6,525 Now $2,600
Sari Silk hand knotted in India. One of a kind.
Was $12,800 Now $4,300
Wool and Silk area rug
Wool with silk pattern. Hand knotted in India
Was $3,780 Now $1,500
Flat weave with raised pile in the design.
Was $850 Now $390
Pakistani Gabbeh rug, hand knotted with hand spun yarns.
Was $4,500 Now $1,500
Tufenkian Tibetan carpet, woven in Nepal with handspun wool and chrome dyes.
Was $1,500 Now $400
Antique Chinese rug. Woven in China in early 1900s. Perfect condition, almost never been used.
Was $5900 Now $2500
Wool with Sari Silk Area Rug
Wool and Sari Silk hand knotted in India. One of a kind.
Was $4,500 Now $1,800
Since 1997, Driscoll Robbins has been Seattle's design source for the finest selection of handwoven, contemporary and traditional rugs. Our service is unsurpassed in helping clients find the perfect carpet to complete any room.
A few of our respected lines include Tufenkian, Tamarian, Lapchi, Samad, Amadi, Wool & Silk, and now our exclusive Driscoll Robbins Collection. Visit our Seattle design showroom, in Georgetown – near the Seattle Design Center, to absorb the timeless beauty and limitless possibilities of handwoven rugs.