Random Shapes Kilim
RANDOM SHAPES is a kilim inspired by a language of traditional eastern and hutsule textiles. Wool used in production was collected from alive sheeps from the mountanious polish village Koniaków. The kilim can be exposed on the wall or on the floor. The collection Kilims from Poland was launched during London Design Fair in September 2017. The design will be produced in limited number of pieces: 4 in the small size, 4 in standard and 2 in large. Every kilim is signed; bear a serial number and names of designer and maker. 2% of income is intended to charity. Please notice that colours and details in reality may vary slightly. It’s due to hand-dyed yarns. We’re not able to obtain the same shade twice, so every piece is unique.
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