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Stevens & Graham

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Unit #8, 19 Alleysbank Road, Rutherglen
Glasgow G73-1LX
United Kingdom
About Stevens & Graham
  • Stevens & Graham is the worlds largest stockiest of Authentic Tartan design woven Axminster carpets.
    The company was founded in 1947 and is located in Glasgow, Scotland. Well over 136 classic Tartan carpets are available in the collection. All are authentic Scottish Clan designs and have been approved by the Scottish Tartans Authority.

    Stevens & Graham is exclusively represented in North America by The Haleman Group, and is distributed to the trade by Stark Carpet Corp., and it's affiliate company Prestige Mills, Inc.
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Products by Stevens & Graham
  • Tartan Carpets

    Stevens &Graham. Glasgow, Scotland, is the worlds largest stockist of Authentic Tartan design Axminster carpets. The collection, using a blend of 80% British wool, reinforced with 20% nylon, is stocked in widths of 13'-2" ( 4 meters) and is also available in Bespoke qualities to satisfy any... Read more