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Najafabad Patina Pictorial Rug, 6' 2" X 10' 6"

Najafabad Patina Pictorial Rug, 6' 2" X 10' 6"Condition: New ConditionManufacturing: Knotted by handSize: 6' 2" x 10' 6" , Size (Euro in cm): 188x320Knot density: approx 160 000 knots per m�Country: PersianPile: Wool Warp: Cotton Coverage Area (sqft): 64.76More Description: Information about Najafabad Patina pictorial carpet from Persia / Iran. CarpetFancy Patina is a series of carefully selected carpets. These carpets have a certain wear that does not reduce the Patina is a series of carefully selected carpets. These carpets have a certain wear that does not reduce the impression of them, and is in fact part of their beautiful natural aging process. Common to these selected carpets is that they are at least 40 years old and have an elegance and harmony in both pattern and colour. We select them in order to preserve the great cultural heritage and to allow them to be discovered by a new generation. All Patina carpets are washed, then thoroughly examined for any potential damage that might compromise the carpet's continued sustainability. If the pile is unevenly worn or if the surface layer of the pile is damaged this is carefully and gently polished down to give a beautiful smooth surface. The end result is the best of both worlds, a sustainable carpet which clearly perceives the majestic feeling that only an older carpet can reflect. You also get a beautiful carpet that will not only continue to increase in value, but that is moreover a pleasure to behold. These older oriental carpets are unique works of art that deserve to be preserved and used by several generations to come. Read more about restoration here... This carpet is knotted in Iran and is similar to Isfahan and classical Keshan carpets. The carpet is considered to be very durable and often has medallions in red, green, khaki and blue colours. They are generally very colourful and the wool is of good quality. All together this carpets is of high quality and well worth its price. Read more about Persian carpets here... read more