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Chester Square

An infinitely-repeating floral palmette populates the field of this carpet, reminiscent of Monet’s waterlily paintings.

A field like this is traditionally seen as a window into the infinite with the pattern extending forever, and the mortal viewer only able to perceive it through the narrow perspective created by the border.

The generous pseudo-Kufic border used here alludes to ancient script created in the Arabic alphabet. We can only guess what it could be trying to say.

Part of the Watercolours collection.

Design Code
Designed by
Cindy Leveson
Suggested In
Wool Hand Knotted
Proportion reference
2.26 x 3.13 metres
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