HARGRAVE named after the Lawrence Hargrave; a pioneer in aviation. Hargrave spent years experimenting with flying machines at Stanwell Park. The road that stretches almost 18km from Helensburgh to Thirroul was named after Hargrave in 1947, this stretch of scenic road is a place Christine has spent many hours driving on. Today we still witness the pioneering work of Hargrave at Bald Hill, Stanwell Tops; where you can see hanggliders and parachutist leaping of the hill. The design based on triangles, to form diamonds strung together. Reminiscent of kites which soar high above the beach at Stanwell Park.
  • Tibetan Wool
  • Hand knotted


240 x 300mm

This design can be custom sized and coloured.


  • Rugs may vary in colour due to the differences in computer displays