(Decorative) This short, stout runner woven in the town of Sarouk in Central Persia during the 1920s is resplendent with the refined floral elegance of the Mahajiran style. Its stylized botanical design of salmon, indigo, light cerulean, burnished gold and wheat-toned blossoms is perfectly balanced on a richly variegated terracotta field, while stately vases and an aristocratic border anchor its expanse. This extraordinarily durable, heavy-pile vintage Persian rug would be an ideal complement to any thoughtful smaller space or gracious entry. (INQUIRE ABOUT THIS RUG AT CLAREMONT 2, 1-800-883-1815)

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