(High-Decorative) Woven over 100 years ago, the distinctive artistry of this extremely versatile-sized Mahajiran Sarouk rug lies in the combination of its simplicity and elegance of design. Mahajirans are unusual to see with such striking medallions, such as in this example encircled by flowery boughs. This charming mat is immediately appealing due to the intense clarity of every chiseled flower and frond. Each floral motif is expertly shaded renderings of sharply drawn blossoms, gently meandering across the radiant rust-red field, rippled with abrash color striations. Carefully planned usage of naturally dyed cobalt, jade green. Gold and bronze hues lend a sense of regality, as the total scope of its colors seems literally meant for each other. With virtually full pile, its superb quality lambs wool offers an unparalleled luminosity that deeply enlivens the entire composition.

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