Emilio Pucci’s Woolen Floor Paintings Prove To Be Quite A Rage

Art experts like to believe that gifted designers like Emilio Pucci are born once in an entire lifetime. Now, that’s some serious honor we are talking about. Well, if you are wondering why then let us tell you that the famous creator and politician from Italy has a number of woolen rugs to his credit that display some very refined, never-seen-before kind of pattern and knitting.

And the rugs have made a long journey to reach to you. Originally made in Argentina by Dandolo & Leaders in Buenos Aires way back in 1969, they reached NY at the Museo de Arte Decorativo and later at Harmony carpets, and now they are available at Sotheby’s and Christie’s for an impressive price ranging between $6,905 and $17,775.

People are already hailing these gorgeous carpets as ‘floor paintings’ but in wool. And each of these come signed because they are a part of a limited edition of juts 15 rugs in five different and stunning color combinations that include earthy tones, ice cream shades, sun colors, night hues and a pink spectrum.



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