- On our trip to Kathmandu in March of 2015, we visited one of our long time friends who runs a carpet weaving business on his property in Kathmandu.
- All the wools are hand dyed and hand woven by well paid artists in a large open air complex.
- This traditional pattern is one of the original designs we selected from that trip. Made with a mixture of Tibetan and New Zealand Wool featuring 60 knots per square inch.
Each March we spend 10 days at Dwarikas hotel in Kathmandu Nepal, This exceptional heritage hotel is filled with Tibetan and Newar artwork including stunning carpets in every room. We first saw this pattern in a room at Dwarikas and comissioned the artists to create them for us.
Measures approximately 2 by 3 feet.