A Black and White Rug by Piero Lissoni – John Bly

Formally established in 1891, the family firm of John Bly is one of the most well-regarded experts in the world of international antiques and bespoke pieces. The combined talents and distinctive style of father-and-son team John and James Bly have evolved the scope of expertise and taken John Bly into a new era.


12,325 GBP

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The black and white rug, a creation of Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni in 1995, is a limited edition masterpiece (14 pieces) intricately crafted by Sardinian weavers from Dorgali. Showcasing Manhattan, it features a red-highlighted latitude line accentuating SOHO. The rug employs the "annodato" technique, a luxurious cut even pile of Sardinian fleece wool.

Its unique depiction, artisanal origin, and rare technique make it an exceptional fusion of art and design, representing both Lissoni's creativity and Sardinian craftsmanship, capturing the essence of Manhattan's urban intricacies in a textile masterpiece that remains a testament to innovation and cultural connection.


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3 m x 2 m


8 kg