An unprecedented chance to get 60 to 70% off everything.

November 8, 2023

Kicking off today, 9 November,  the farewell sale of Robyn Cosgrove Rugs marks the end of an era for Australian interior design.

Robyn Cosgrove’s exquisitely made handwoven rugs have been a fixture in Australia’s best houses and dominated leading lifestyle magazines for 45 years.

Robyn Cosgrove, pictured, is philosophical about closing her landmark Woollahra showroom designed by Alex Tzannes. “You scan the horizon, the world is changing.”

Cosgrove’s landmark Woollahra showroom designed by Alex Tzannes – which is more like an art gallery and where the biggest names in design and architecture shop, is closing. The clearance sale is an unprecedented chance to get 60 to 70% off all rugs, across every collection.

Robyn Cosgrove Rugs Farewell sale has 60 to 70% off all stock, including bestsellers such as ‘Bidjar Spring’ is hand-knotted in magical and exotic colours using vegetable-dyed pure wool with pure silk highlights.

Eclectic, contemporary, and romantic—the rugs represent the pinnacle of craftsmanship and are unsurpassed for their quality and attention to detail.

The race for Australia’s most coveted rug sale is now on with Robyn Cosgrove’s Farewell sale offering 60 to 70% off favourites such as Minerva, pictured.

The doyenne of Australian decorative rugs is philosophical when asked why she is saying farewell and shutting up shop.

Robyn Cosgrove’s Farewell sale is the ultimate opportunity to snaffle best sellers for a fraction of the price such as Segovia, pictured, with hand spun vegetable dyed pure wool, hand knotted in Pakistan.

“Next year I will be 80. My husband died in May. You scan the horizon, the world is changing. Am I sad? Yes, of course, it’s heartbreaking. Rugs have been my life, and there are several rare and precious rugs with wonderful provenance that I love. However, I am pragmatic, and would much rather these beautiful rugs have lives.

“The rugs were made to be seen, used, and enjoyed”.

Snaffle 60 to 70% off all stock at Robyn Cosgrove Rugs Farewell Sale, while stocks last,  including stacks of wool and silk designs, such as, One of a Kind, pictured.

Highlights of the sale include best sellers such as Winter Night Sky and Segovia, from the iconic Samarkand collection, hand knotted in Pakistan, 1.85m x 2.75m, now $1800 (was $4500) or 2.5m x 3m, now $2700 (was $6750). Runners $1300 (were $3250).

Robyn Cosgrove Rugs Farewell Sale has begun with 60 to 70% off the legendary designer’s handwoven rugs such as Clouds in handspun Himalayan wool and pure silk, hand-knotted in Nepal.

One of the top rugs is Bloom Moss, which is handmade using a lot of pure silk, 2.5m x 3m, now $5540 (was $13,850).

Other sale highlights include Printemps Chocolate,  2.7m x 3m, now $5180 (was $12.950), and Bidjar Spring from the Samarkand collection, hand-knotted in Pakistan, handspun in pure wool, 2.7m x 3m, now $6200, (was $15,500).

Get 60 to 70% off inspired rugs hand knotted by skilled artisans that stand apart from everyday life in Robyn Cosgrove’s Farewell Sale on now. Pictured, Escarpment residence, featured in Australian House & Garden magazine.

Snaffle 60 to 70% off favourite designs such as Turkish Moon, Boteh, New Ikatty, Paisley, and more with bouquets of abstract florals, village rooftops and captivating geometric patterns that will anchor a room. And what colours.

Anybody who has experienced Robyn Cosgrove Rugs has observed excellence. Cosgrove’s Farewell sale on now is the final opportunity to grab  60 to 70% off all handwoven rugs while stocks last. 

Cosgrove is the cream, the best, on a level above the A list – a beacon of style. Anyone who has worked with Cosgrove over the decades has observed excellence. Her rugs amplify the senses and stand apart from normal life. Repeat clients include Arent & Pyke, Atelier Alwill, Iain Halliday, Briony Fitzgerald, Decus Interiors, SJB Architects, Alexandra Kidd, and more.

Robyn Cosgrove’s Farewell sale includes 60 to 70% off best sellers such as Cordova rugs in handspun vegetable-dyed pure wool, hand-knotted in Pakistan.

Cosgrove pioneered the decorative rug market in Australia in the 1980s with dhurries, encouraging people to pull up carpet and use rugs on floorboards.

The dealer/designer broke ground with a contemporary couture collection of modern and antique designs referencing everything from Art Deco to North African motifs in a modern palette.

Head to Robyn Cosgrove Rugs Farewell Sale now for 60 to 70% off hundreds of handspun vegetable-dyed pure wool rug designs, hand knotted in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nepal. PIctured Minerva 10.

The rug sale is unprecedented.

The sale everyone’s talking about: Robyn Cosgrove’s Farewell Clearance has 60 to 70% off favourite designs such as Bloom – Moss, a hand spun Himalayan wool and bamboo silk rug, handknotted in Nepal.

While the Cosgrove-owned showroom will remain and be leased out, this will be the ultimate and final opportunity for rug collectors and interior fans to experience one of this generation’s most incomparable and compelling collections of rugs.

Robyn Cosgrove Rugs Farewell sale marks the end of an era in Australia. Last chance to grab 60 to 70% on everything. 

“Rugs are my life.” Don’t miss out. HURRY!

Rugs that amplify the senses. Seek out pure wool designs such as New Ikatty, hand-knotted in Pakistan, at Robyn Cosgrove’s Farewell Clearance on now – while stocks last.

168 Queen Street, Woollahra. Open Wednesday – Saturday, 10-5. While stocks last.

Go see for yourself why Robyn Cosgrove’s farewell sale is the hottest ticket in town right now – and the ultimate opportunity for rug collectors and interior fans to experience one of this generation’s most incomparable and compelling collections of rugs.

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