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Aubusson Rugs

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As many other rugs, Aubusson rugs take its name from the French town Aubusson, lying on the banks of the Creuse River. Aubusson established its reputation in the 18th century, becoming an early weaving center for rugs and tapestries. Most Aubusson carpets were flat-woven using the tapestry technique, which was quicker, easier, and cheaper to produce. They followed the stylistic evolution of Savonnerie carpets, but had simpler designs with subdued colors and the use of lush garden plants.
The style of Aubusson carpets had an enormous influence on overseas production, and between the end of the 18th century and the mid-19th century, it became the model to imitate, even in the Orient and especially in Anatolia.
(Other spelling: Aubuson)
 Aubusson

Aubusson

17832HM
12' 0'' x 12' 3''
 Antique European Aubusson Rug

Antique European Aubusson Rug

17640HMS
16' 0'' x 18' 0''
 Antique European Antique Aubusson Rug

Antique European Antique Aubusson Rug

16345HM
15' 5'' x 17' 2''
 Antique European Aubusson Rug

Antique European Aubusson Rug

14702HC
14' 8'' x 18' 5''
 Aubusson

Aubusson

14462HM
7' 11'' x 10' 0''
 Antique European Aubusson Panel Rug

Antique European Aubusson Panel Rug

12642HM
3' 3'' x 9' 10''
 Antique European Aubusson Panel Rug

Antique European Aubusson Panel Rug

12641HM
3' 3'' x 10' 0''
 Aubusson Pillow

Aubusson Pillow

11756HM
0' 26'' x 0' 26''
 Antique European Aubusson Rug

Antique European Aubusson Rug

07060HM
3' 11'' x 10' 5''
 Aubusson Panel

Aubusson Panel

06929HM
4' 0'' x 10' 0''
 Aubusson

Aubusson

02863HM
6' 5'' x 7' 0''
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