Welcome to Land Rugs

Artist designed, hand-knotted rugs made in Nepal with Tibetan craftsmanship

Inspired by the spirit of the east and the landscape of the west

Land Rugs

about landrugs

All our rugs are ethically produced hand woven in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal by highly skilled Nepalese and Tibetan weavers, using traditional Tibetan wools and dyeing practices. The designs are by the modernist artist PIP BENVENISTE (1921-2010). Land Rugs is a registered importer with GoodWeave.

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Pip Benveniste - British Modernist Artist (1921-2010)

about pip benveniste

Creating rug designs came at the culmination of Benveniste’s long and varied artistic career. She was the daughter of Bohemian artists and was born into the creative community of Newlyn, Cornwall in 1921. Perceptive with a strong enquiring mind, the natural world was her constant companion throughout her extensive output of work in oils, acrylic, watercolour, etching and film.

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Goodweave

about gooweave

Land Rugs is a registered importer with GoodWeave – a global, not- for-profit organisation committed to ending illegal child labour in the rug industry. It runs educational programmes for children and responsible for operating the GoodWeave certification programme internationally. Land Rugs donates 5% of all sales to support GoodWeave’s educational and children’s rights activities.

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