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Surya has collaborated with the world's largest and most prestigious museum to develop its Smithsonian Collection. The exclusive compilation is comprised of 12 hand-tufted rugs made in India of 100% New Zealand wool. Each piece within this first-class collection was inspired by artifacts found within the Smithsonian's vast archives. The rugs represent a variety of cultures and historical provenances including 19th century studies of ornamental and decorative designs from Egypt, China and the Middle Ages, 18th-19th century French wall coverings, and 19th century American textiles.
The Heritage Collection is part of
Surya's Smithsonian Collection. The rug designs within this collection are inspired from asymmetrical designs taken from a c.1900 periodical titled Shin Bijutsukai, housed in the rare book division of the Cooper Hewitt branch of the Smithsonian Libraries. ...
The Archive Collection features a hand
woven flat weave construction that beautifully highlights the simplicity and sophistication as part of Surya's Smithsonian Collection. Ornamentalist and architect Owen Jones produced handsome volumes on design in Victorian Britain, including The Grammar of Chinese Ornament, an ...