Rosemary's Rug Story - Steeped in History

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In a small town outside of Rome, Rosemary’s mother
Gloria set up her studio in a converted church and
worked with artists and architects such as Anni Albers,
Hans Mueller, Milton Avery, and Gio Ponti.

Immersed in craft and culture, hand-hooking rugs
came naturally to Rosemary. Two decades after
opening her first studio in San Francisco (and now
in showrooms nationwide, including her Flagship
showroom in NYC), Rosemary’s textiles are coveted by
designers for their authentic and luxurious nature.