Elegant, refined and pure. The Rani - Sanskrit for ‘queen’ - is the feminine equivalent of the Raja, not just in name only. These rugs, made entirely by traditional methods, are also in a regal class. The use of the best-quality materials, such as wool from the Tibetan mountains and silk or bamboo, gives this hand-knotted rug not just primal strength but also softness and elegance. Made of 100% Tibetan wool, possibly supplemented with Chinese silk or bamboo. Can be used as a wall-to-wall carpet.Where to buy
Tibetan wool is produced by local sheep from the Himalayan mountains. The wool stands out through its strength, purity, and irregularity.
Purely traditional and disarmingly honest. Everything up to the final knotting of the carpet is done by hand.
Liset always tries to stretch the bounds of possibility. Looking at color has become her second nature and in building designs be it for textiles or carpets, her starting point is always the expression of the yarn.
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Plain N. Tibet
Purely traditional and disarmingly honest. Everything is done by hand: from the shearing of the sheep and the carding of the wool, the dyeing of the fibers, and the spinning of the yarn up to the final knotting of the carpet.
The natural wealth of the wool from Tibetan sheep in the Himalayan mountains is carefully spun into knottable carpet yarn while respecting and maintaining the character according to an ancient tradition.
Tibetan wool is produced by local sheep from the Himalayan mountains. The wool stands out through its strength, purity and irregularity. Through the 100% manual processing into yarn, this translates into carpets with a soul.
For thousands of years, silk has been a symbol of luxury and wealth. The special softness together with the unmistakable gloss is also a major asset for Casalis in a few collections, whether as an accent, as a full carpet, or as a complement to another material.
We provide a full range of services for professionals: from samples to custom made projects.