Persian Heriz Rug 7'2 x 10'1
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Persian Heriz Rug 7'2 x 10'1

$3,945.00
Est. Arrival: May 26 - Jun 07
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Why we love this
As perpetually fashionable as they are collectible, traditional Heriz rugs are skillfully woven in vibrant colors and emphatic geometric designs. This Heriz has a character all its own and will become a natural focal point in any setting.The rug is in good condition with a low pile that adds the patina so special in antique & vintage rugs.
Care: professional cleaning
Color: beige/blues/taupe
Condition: Very Good; wear consistent with age and use, low pile.
Dimensions: 86" L x 121" W x 0.25" H
Era: Vintage: 1910-1950
Made Of: wool/cotton
SKU: 77592084
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: May 26 - Jun 07
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Known for its splendid collection of fine antique rugs, textiles, and tapestries, Lavender Oriental Carpets, based in Manhattan, was established in London more than 30 years ago by Lida Lavender, who continues to personally review every item before it is admitted into her exclusive inventory.
Why we love this
As perpetually fashionable as they are collectible, traditional Heriz rugs are skillfully woven in vibrant colors and emphatic geometric designs. This Heriz has a character all its own and will become a natural focal point in any setting.The rug is in good condition with a low pile that adds the patina so special in antique & vintage rugs.
About the Seller
Known for its splendid collection of fine antique rugs, textiles, and tapestries, Lavender Oriental Carpets, based in Manhattan, was established in London more than 30 years ago by Lida Lavender, who continues to personally review every item before it is admitted into her exclusive inventory.