Rinascimento, carpets that reinterpret the floral motif of Damask in a mix of wool and silk that creates plays of light and shadow, with the complicity of multi-level workmanship.
Quality: 130.000 knots/sqm
Pile composition: 40% natural silk, 60% Tibetan wool (hand spun wool hand carded)
Tecnique: Hand Knotting
Finishing: the carpets are hand washed, clipped and carved. The fringes are revolved on the backside and covered with cloth.
Tessitura Luigi Bevilacqua, a workshop overlooking the Grand Canal, makes brocades and precious velvets on ancient looms. A unique workshop, equipped with original eighteenth-century jacquard looms, the same ones once belonged to Scuola della Seta, purchased by Luigi Bevilacqua himself back in 1875. The most precious treasure of Tessitura Bevilacqua is its historical archive: an exclusive source of inspiration that, through a passionate collaboration, it allows to translate into carpets the fascination of the Venetian Renaissance tradition.