(Decorative) This incredibly balanced, highly vivacious runner descends from the Ahar village tradition, where more curvilinear design drawing yields a greater level of formality than the traditional Heriz patterning. Each of the five consecutive medallions are lushly blooming flower heads bursting open upon a carmine red field. Its widely varied, deeply saturated palette showcases classic jewel tones long revered in Heriz rugs where exhilarating relationships of color are on display as amaranth, bright gold and cornflower colligate with one another to dazzling effect. Highly lustrous pile and excellent condition are yet two more of the many virtues of this superbly decorative Persian rug, perfect for areas of extremely heavy use.