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Rangoli

Nani Marquina

Regular price
800,00€
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800,00€

Rangoli is a decorative design that is placed at the entrance of houses during Hindu festivals with the aim of welcoming and attracting good luck.

Inspired by this beautiful manifestation of Indian folk art, the Rangoli collection emerges that maintains the same intention in its drawing, proposing itself as an omen of well-being and welcome.

Available in 3 sizes.

  • Fibra

    100% New Zealand Wool

  • Technique

    hand tufted

  • Total height

    20mm

  • Density

    56,000 tufts/m2

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Rangoli is a decorative design that is placed at the entrance of houses during Hindu festivals with the aim of welcoming and attracting good luck.

Inspired by this beautiful manifestation of Indian folk art, the Rangoli collection emerges that maintains the same intention in its drawing, proposing itself as an omen of well-being and welcome.

Available in 3 sizes.

  • Total height

    20mm

  • Density

    56,000 tufts/m2

Fibers

100% New Zealand Wool

Typically, New Zealand wool is known to be the whitest, cleanest, purest and most natural wool in the world. Its softness is due in part to the altitude and the vegetation available to the herds. It is guaranteed to be cruelty-free.

Technique

Hand tufted

Manual process in which, thanks to a manually operated gun, curves and fluid lines can be made. High density and durability.

Cleaning and care

Tips

Vacuum frequently.

Clean stains with the appropriate solution before they dry.

Take the rug to specialized dry cleaners, if necessary.

Cleaning and care

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Rangoli Collection

Rangoli is a Hindu floral design, with a long historical tradition, that is placed at the entrance of some houses or buildings, on the ground, as a symbol of welcome and to obtain protection or wish good luck.

Normally the graphic is composed with flower petals, leaves, colored powders, rice flour and other elements that serve as a decorative vehicle.

Inspired by the essence of these works, the rug maintains the same intention in its drawing, proposing itself as an omen of well-being and welcome.

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Designed by

Nani Marquina

In 1987, she created nanimarquina as a brand dedicated to the design, publishing and distribution of rugs and textile items. In recent years, she has returned to its roots: focusing on the creative side of the brand.