Crafted around 1920, this Persian runner carries the marks of its age, adding to its charm and character. Measuring 3'3 x12 feet, this tribal masterpiece is decorated with intricate small boteh art, also known as paisleys, symbolizing the essence of life according to the weavers of a distant time.
Its love-worn appearance tells a tale of decades past, yet it stands sturdy and solid, a testament to its enduring construction. The classic ivory borders feature continuous floral artwork, creating a harmonious contrast with the worn yet vibrant center.
Handwoven with vegetable-dyed wool, this runner woven in the village of Malayer exudes authenticity and tradition. The natural dyes infuse the rug with warm tones that have stood the test of time. Despite its age, this runner retains its strength and presence, making it a remarkable addition to any space.
All natural, vegetable dyed wool.
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