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The Afshar Collection

$150.00

The Afshar Collection has a rich style and draws its inspiration from an era when the palaces of the ruling class were the epitome of luxury. Lavish, luxurious, textural and elegantly understated, these traditional Persian area rugs seem to take you back in time.

Their intricate Persian floral designs are presented in an artfully faded palette of muted transitional tones that lend this entire collection a soft and dream-like beauty. The collection includes classic center medallion patterns, Persian garden patterns, and richly detailed ornamental borders.

The subtle attraction of an Infinite area rug brings harmony to your bedroom, living room, dining room or family room – anywhere you want a finishing touch of serene elegance. The power-loomed, poly-blend pile has a luxurious hand feel with comforting texture. This rug presents a vintage garden of delights in a traditional Persian floral design. The wide ornamental border adds excitement and visual definition for a centerpiece rug to adorn a favorite room.

Thick, soft, luxurious low pile with antique fade effect completes its classic appeal.

Dimensions: Varied Sizes. Imported. Handling Fee is $10.

Material: 92% Polyester, 8% Polypropylene

Additional Details: Luxurious hand feel

Country of Origin: Turkey

Dimensions: Varied Sizes

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