Alba | Olive, Copper & Bone
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Colour: Dusty Pink, Copper & Bone
Note: This rug is available as a made to order only. Please allow minimum 8 to 12 weeks and up to 14 weeks for 300x400cm | 9"x13" rugs.
Variation in colour is to be expected and tones will vary dependant on the hand-dyed process of our rugs, making them unique and special. Images are supplied as a guide only.
Read here for further information on designing your rug. You can also select 'Colour Sample' to receive complimentary yarn samples from our available colours. Alternatively email us here to get in touch with a consultant that will assist you with designing your own custom rug.
An option of 50% payment is available to initiate the weaving process of your rug, with the remaining 50% to be settled upon completion. To discuss this option please reach out to email@example.com
The rug in this image is 200x300 cm. Depending on the size of your made to order rug, design proportions may vary slightly.
Description + -
It’s been a year in the making, and we’re so excited to share our newest textile collection, ECLIPSE. We wanted to create a range of textiles that could bring warmth, vitality, and comfort to people and environments. Handwoven by our Andes weavers, ECLIPSE pays homage to universal symbols of the sun and moon, and their representations across art, craft, design and architecture.
In this collection, a series of full and half discs symbolise the sun and moon – the central sources of light and energy in our solar system – essential to life on earth. Pampa’s signature earthy tones examine contrasting and complementary colours, inspired by the interplay of light and shadow that occurs during an eclipse.
Let the light in with ECLIPSE, an expression of form and function.
When you purchase an Eclipse rug, you’re helping Pampa trace the map that connects Argentina’s talented artisans with the global community. Our rugs are woven in traditional ways typical to Latin American rugs, where the looms used are generally the width of the arm span of the weaver. Depending on the width of the weaver's loom, the rug may have one or more discreet unions where the panels of the rug are joined, which are a beautiful element of their handmade nature.
Our rugs are woven in traditional ways typical to Latin American rugs, where the looms used are generally the width of the arm span of the weaver. Depending on the width of the weaver's loom, the rug may have one or more discreet unions where the panels of the rug are joined, which are a beautiful element of their handmade nature.
For more information, refer to our FAQ.
Care & Instructions + -
Always use and underlay on any floor surface (we provide FREE underlays with rugs purchased through our online store within Australia).
Avoid direct and continuous exposure to sunlight, moisture and rotate to promote even wear. Carefully vacuum your rug and have it professionally clean when needed. For more info refer to our Care + Maintenance.
Shipping Info + -
We offer free shipping Australia wide on every rug purchase. For international orders a shipping estimate will be calculated at checkout.
Lead times will vary, allow up to 14 weeks for production and delivery. We will in touch by email once your rug is finished and ready to get shipped to your home.
Please note: International delivery costs do not include any taxes or duties which may be applied by customs at the destination country. Any duties or taxes incurred are the responsibility of the delivery recipient.
For more info refer to our FAQ + Shipping and returns.
Made to Order Rug Acknowledgement
Due to the handmade nature of Pampa made to order rugs we like to make all customers aware that there are usually slight variances in colour tones, designs and final dimensions. The image supplied is a guideline for our weavers who will do their best to replicate this. By paying your deposit you are agreeing to our pre-order rug terms and conditions.
PLANT TREES WITH US
Pampa is proud to partner with environmental charity One Tree Planted on crucial reforestation projects around the world. When you buy a rug or a print, you're planting 5 trees, and for other Pampa pieces you're planting 1 tree.