Win a maquette rug from Dilana Workshop

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Dilana maquette rug collection. Left to right: IconOne (black) by Eric Orr; Birds by Richard Killeen.

Dilana maquette rug collection. Left to right: IconOne (black) by Eric Orr; Birds by Richard Killeen. Image: Supplied

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Dilana maquette rug collection. Left to right: Club de Conversation DIAL #1 by Catherine Griffiths; Spitfire (blue/charcoal) by Richard Killeen.

Dilana maquette rug collection. Left to right: Club de Conversation DIAL #1 by Catherine Griffiths; Spitfire (blue/charcoal) by Richard Killeen. Image: Supplied

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Dilana maquette rug collection. Ma White by Michael Reed.

Dilana maquette rug collection. Ma White by Michael Reed. Image: Supplied

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Urbis is giving you the chance to win a beautiful Dilana Workshop maquette (miniature rug) of your choice to suit your home or work space. Each miniature rug, valued from $500, has been designed by an established artist, utilising the workshop’s 1,000-strong library of coloured yarns.

Email urbiscomps@agm.co.nz with your name and contact details to go into the draw. Competition closes on 18 October, 2012. See competition terms and conditions.

View and purchase this collection online at www.dilana.co.nz or email enquiries@dilana.co.nz.


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