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Pellizco Rug | Dyed

$465.00
HANDMADE IN MEXICO

Hand dyed with locally sourced materials from around Mexico City, this Pellizco rug is a perfect marriage of traditional craftsmanship evolving to embrace modern design.

Color: Charcoal

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 Story

This Indigo Pellizco rug is a vibrant indigo - the colour of famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo's house in Coyoacan. And it's generational, handmade by maestro Tito and his grandson. Dyed and woven with locally sourced materials around Mexico City, this  Pellizco rug was made with hand-loomed wool that is naturally soft and exceptionally thick, creating the perfect rug for modern living. This rug complements contemporary or classic spaces - and creates the perfect textural addition to any living space.

Tito works with a collaborative design cooperative in Mexico City that highlights the functional and aesthetic qualities of Mexican folk furniture and design. They revive lost fragments of Mexican design history with an emphasis on craftsmanship and the preservation of historical techniques.

Their goal is to bring these almost-forgotten Mexican classics to the attention of contemporary design space, and for users around the world to appreciate their craftsmanship and history. And appreciate the incredible ancestral knowledge that has contributed to this Mexican craftsmanship.

Details
  • MEASUREMENTS:
    • 2' x 3' ; 0.6 m x 0.9 m
    • 3' x 5' ; 0.9 m x 1.5 m 
    • 4' x 6' ; 1.2 m x 1.8 m
    • 6' x 9' ; 1.8 m x 2.7 m
  • MATERIALS: 100% wool
  • COLOUR: Cobalt Blue
  • ORIGIN: Mexico
  • SHIPPING + RETURNS: All of our handwoven rugs are made to order by our artisan partners in Oaxaca, and ship within 4-6 weeks. Due to the custom weaving and limited nature of these pieces, all rugs are final sale.
  • QUOTE WILL BE PROVIDED ON SHIPPING 
Product Care

Professional rug cleaning only. Do not dry clean.

MEET THE ARTISAN

Mexico City

txt.ure

txt.ure, a cooperative based in Mexico City, revives lost fragments and narratives of Mexican design history. And they do this with an emphasis on craftsmanship and preservation of historical techniques. Their goal is to bring these almost-forgotten Mexican classics to the attention of contemporary design space, and for users around the world to appreciate Mexican craftsmanship and history.

txt.ure is passionate about empowering local communities and craftsmen through contemporary design methods. These are our kind of people - preserving heritage and history while supporting indigenous crafts by opening up markets and training new apprentices.

With the help of Kickstarter, and 150 people in 15 countries, txt.ure has established a workshop dedicated to producing and preserving ancient Mexican crafts. Apprentices will learn techniques and skills from master artisans who will pass their ancestral knowledge to the next generation. Through their efforts, txt.ure ensures that ancestral knowledge and historical craftsmanship in Mexico lives on through modern design.