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La Manufacture Cogolin goes back to the 1920s and was bought to the attention of the design world of the day by Jean Lauer. Carpets were woven for the likes of Christian Bérard and Jean Cocteau as well for the great French liner the Normandie. They were later taken up in a big way in the 1960s & 70s by David Hicks who used them on many of his projects.
Today Cogolin carpets are recognised throughout the world as being the epitome of understated style and work equally well in a rural situation, a London apartment or a luxury yacht.
Still woven on the original wooden looms in the South of France they are available in custom colours.
The Crosses B6
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