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EST. 1933

THE C. JOHN GALLERY

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Parsua Bespoke Rugs and Carpets exclusive to C. John

Jul 3rd, 2018
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Turkish Rug and Carpet Collection at C. John

Jul 3rd, 2018
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Art Deco Modernist Collection at C. John

 

Jul 3rd, 2018
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French Aubusson Empire Period Carpet

Jul 3rd, 2018
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Chinese Rugs & Carpets

Jul 3rd, 2018
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FRENCH AUBUSSON CARPETS AND RUGS

Aubusson Rugs and Carpets It is thought that weaving began by the Flemish tapestry weavers in the area of Aubusson, on the Creuse River in La Marche, central France, as early as the 13th century. However, it was in the 18th century that a carpet factory was established at Aubusson, where looms were erected, and […]

Feb 27th, 2018
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LARTA EXHIBITION

The team at C. John spent last week exhibiting at LARTA, part of The Decorative Fair which this year took place in London’s Batte  rsea Park. This wonderful experience enabled us to connect with friends and clients, both old and new. The show took place from 24th until 29th January and was a big success. The […]

Jan 30th, 2017
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Oriental Chinese Rugs

Oriental Chinese Rugs The art of rug making in China reached its peak between the 16th and 19th centuries, with many individual styles evolving from different regions. Chinese rugs, while still considered oriental, differ from many other types originating from these areas. In China, beauty and design would often prevail over the finesse of the rug. The […]

Jan 9th, 2017
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Caucasian Rugs and Carpets

Caucasian Rugs and Carpets Complementing the most modern setting, a fine-looking Caucasian rug is rich in colour and texture. Known for the geometrical design, a rug of this nature is simultaneously contemporary and authentic. The well balanced patterns are extremely pleasing to the eye, blend beautifully with current furnishings and will add warmth and character […]

Dec 14th, 2016
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English Needlework Carpets

(Information based on English Needlework Carpets, 16th – 19th century by M. J. Mayorcas, 1963) Dating back to the 16th century, the craft of English Needlework is defined as embroidery carried out in either wool, silk or other thread worked on to a canvas made either from linen, cotton, jute or hemp. The stitches employed […]

Nov 24th, 2016
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