Vintage Ecuadorian Rugs and Carpets

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Ecuadorian Rugs - Although Ecuador is not renowned for its rug weaving industry, textiles existed in the Andean Region since Pre-Columbian times. Upon the arrival of the Spanish the rug industry expanded, producing large textile workshops in the highlands. Production of rugs continued by local people utilizing the skills learned from the colonial period and incorporate traditional folklore and motifs particular to Ecuador.

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3 Rugs Found in Ecuadorian Rugs

Art Deco Rug from Ecuador 45215

Style: Art Deco Rugs
Origin: Ecuadorian Rugs
Size: 6 ft x 7 ft 7 in
          (1.83 m x 2.31 m)
Reminiscent of the mythical Nazca Lines, this South American rug from Ecuador features an abstract rectilinear pattern rendered in a combination of reserved colors.

Vintage Art Deco Carpet By Olga Fisch 42524

Style: Designed By Artists
Origin: Ecuadorian Rugs
Size: 6 ft 1 in x 8 ft 8 in
          (1.85 m x 2.64 m)
This extraordinary Ecuadorian Art Deco carpet by Olga Fisch is adapted from the famous Ice Age cave paintings discovered at Lascaux in the southwest of France.

Vintage Ecuadorian Carpet by Artist Edward Gerber 47514

Style: Designed By Artists
Origin: Ecuadorian Rugs
Size: 8 ft x 10 ft
          (2.44 m x 3.05 m)
This exciting mid-century rug, attributed to Ecuadorian artists Edward Gerber, possesses a strong energy, and is typified by an abstract design of bright primary colors.

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