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  • This carpet in Sardinian wool reinterprets the textile modules of the designer-artist Eugenio Tavolara, especially designed in the 1950s for the village of Bolotana and which are now known in the context of the iconographic range of local weaving as sas candelitas, the candles.

  • These cushions, handcrafted using a fine version of the pibiones relief technique, are decorated with motifs taken from tradition, and can be combined so as to form elegant compositions. Handcrafted in cotton and linen, they can be customised in size, colour and decoration.

  • It is inspired by the motifs of the island's textile tradition; the design of the large polychrome modules rug is characterized by the a pibiones tutto pieno artisan technique, using thick wool.

  • This heart decorated as lace, with small roses, leaves and doves, is a precious and poetic transposition of coccoi pintau, typical ceremonial bread of Sardinian tradition, into the field of ceramics.

  • This table runner features a balanced and complex geometrical composition, inspired by the traditional weaves used for saddlebags and hope chest covers, reinterpreted in an original way with a balanced approach to colours and shapes.

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The traditional textile industry offers a remarkable production, resulting from the mediation between history and traditional knowledge and the needs of contemporary living. The craftsmen working on the island – almost all of them pursuing family traditions, having been trained since they were children in the use of hand looms – now offer a very high quality production, full of archaic memories but, at the same time, featuring a modern design, a reinterpretation of the past to give new life to it. Nowadays, the textiles made in Sardinia feature a distinctive Sardinian character, the core element of Sardinian craftsmanship, but they also offer new shapes, models and materials with a strong and modern personality.