Jane Waggoner Fine Carpets LookBook
Jane Waggoner presents a collection of hand-knotted carpets made of the finest Tibetan wool. Waggoner’s innate sensibilities coupled with a degree in art history, tenure at both the New York Museum of Modern Art, the Dallas Museum of Art, and extensive world travel provide inspiration for her timeless style. All rugs are GoodWeave certified to ensure no child labor. The GoodWeave certification program works to end exploitative child labor in the South Asian carpet industry by inspecting weaving looms and providing rehabilitation and education for former child weavers and other at-risk children. Jane Waggoner uses the collection as an opportunity to better the lives of children, donating 10% of net proceeds to children’s charities.
Daniela Mies Daniela Leaf Cay Stripe Buckle Voodood Orani Beni Pagoda Pagoda Feng and Shui Feng and Shui Feng and Shui Feng and Shui JaneWaggonerFineCarpets.com • 100% Tibetan wool, grown in the highest altitudes in the world • Each rug is singularly constructed • 100 individually-tied knots per inch • Hand-crafted by local adult artisans in Nepal. “GoodWeave certified”: child-labor free, produced only by adult artisans • Can be customized to any size and color palette At Home www.JaneWaggonerFineCarpets.com Photo Credits: 2. Marie Claire Maison 4. iamamark 6. National Geographic 8. voguevoyager 10. getting-stiched-on-the-farm.blogspot.com 12. ebible.org 14. Allison V. Smith, “Silly Pond” 16. Apse, The Church of St. Vitale, Ravenna, Italy 18. 7easylifeinfo.com 20. National Geographic 22. National Geographic 24. Carl d’Aquino 26. Flickr.com 28. Kate Spade New York 30. ktprettyideas.tumblr.com