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GANGAN Rug

GANGAN Rug

Regular price £1,400
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Dance to your own beat.

Add the finishing touch to your living space with Yinka Ilori’s GANGAN RUG, infused with sweetness and exploding with colour.

The artwork is titled “gangan” meaning “talking drum” in Yoruba. One of Nigeria’s native instruments, the hourglass-shaped drum is a celebration of life. Embrace the joys of music and the good energy that it brings, use the rug as a shrine to celebrate and dance. 

Individually woven by hand, this rug is intricately crafted by skilled artisans in Nepal using Tibetan wool. It is crafted using a 'hand knot' technique, a highly intricate and complex craft with thousands of individual, tightly knotted yarns making up the abstract pattern which is then carved by hand. This technique ensures both superior quality and durability. 

Please note that this rug is made to order and as it's handmade in Nepal, it will take 10-14 weeks to be produced.

Product Details

- Width: 120cm x Length: 180cm
- 100% Wool
- Made in Nepal
- Custom sizes for our rugs are available, please get in touch via store@yinkailori.com
- UK orders only. Please do get in touch for international orders.

Delivery & Returns

UK orders only. Please get in touch for international orders.

UK

- Standard: £5.95, free on orders over £150
- Express: £9.95

EUROPE

- Standard: £15
- Express: £30

USA / REST OF WORLD

- Standard: £30
- Express: £40

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Returns

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  • Ilori’s collection is aimed at fostering joy and togetherness, with stationery, games and homeware that focus on ‘memory-making and play’.

  • London-based artist Yinka Ilori’s first homeware collection is an explosion of colour, pattern and narrative stemming from his British-Nigerian heritage.

  • His collection of cushions, rugs and tableware has the effect of vitamin C in any interior.

  • Ilori’s British-Nigerian heritage and local London scenery are referenced in his signature boldly coloured tableware and textiles.