“Annularity” shows free-form contours of wood growth lines complemented by straight lines on the background, reminiscent of an abstract sketch of one of Nakashima’s table-tops. This design was never manufactured as a rug. The idea to make it into a wall-hanging piece was very attractive knowing the success of tapestries during George Nakashima’s era. The piece is mostly hooked by hand, in thick white felted wool in different deniers juxtaposed to grey shades of silk and flax cut pile. The unique construction with extreme differences in pile heights is a signature of Edward Fields. This design is expertly tufted by skilled artisans.