Woven in the hands of villagers of past decades, this vintage rug has preserved its durability for a long time. Aged more than 100 years, it bears memories of king who walked and ruled a country on it, and those who rescued it from being destroyed. The merino wool used as the base of this valuable vintage is 100% herbal and organic, not to mention being totally free of any chemical component.
The pattern is Called Afshar. this pattern was only produced for Kings palaces.
In excellent condition, Has it's full pile.
Due to the weight shipping would take 7-9 business days.
Exact size : 10" X 13'3"
Weight : 88lbs
Please pay attention that the item which you actually receive, might slightly differ from the pictures on the site, due to the nature of handmade products.
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