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Vintage

Dhurrie w/ Plant Motif, 3' x 6'

Ira & Sylvia Seret

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Dhurrie w/ Plant Motif, 3' x 6'

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Good; minor wear from age and use, minor staining throughout

Country of Origin:

India

Materials:

cotton

Size:

37" L x 72" W

Color/Finish:

yellow/lime/multi

Care:

dry-clean only

Why We Love This

Vintage hand-loomed and vegetable-dyed cotton dhurrie with Indian folk art design.
As described by Ira & Sylvia Seret

Why We Love This

Vintage hand-loomed and vegetable-dyed cotton dhurrie with Indian folk art design.

About Ira & Sylvia Seret

Ira Seret honed his distinctive carpet, fabric, and furniture design style while living in Afghanistan. Buying and designing for New York-based companies, Ira and his wife, Sylvia, quickly became a premier design-community resource. In 1979 they established Seret & Sons in Santa Fe, a one-of-a-kind showcase for their extensive private collection of South Asian imports and antique Tibetan furnishings.