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  • Authentic Antique100% knotted pile Recently Professionally Cleaned

4x11.5 Antique Kazak Rug Runner Ships in 1 - 2 Business Days!

In Stock, One of a kind, no others available
Special Notice From Shop Owners
:: Covered field of panels arranged in lattice orientation with trellis style outlines bearing serpents buffering each side and end. Starburst geometric interior design elements with alternating colorations. Main border in floral top view repeating design element buffered by minor floral design elements. Outer border in a reciprocating pawn design motif in slightly varying and nuanced size and thickness. Colors and shades include: Dusty saffron yellow, pale ochre, soft dusty blush, cobalt blue, black cherry red, sky blue, mallard green, burgundy wine red, beige, ivory, jade green, and more. Condition notes: Mostly even wear across to knot heads. Most of the original side cord selvages are intact or restored. Fully secured sides and ends. Carpet shows rippling down the sides and one end which may ease over time through use with pad. Upon notification of rug being confirmed keeper within return policy we will perform work to ensure it lies flat with free round trip shipping (may take up to 14 calendar days). Multiple areas of expert restoration. One end measures 3'6" whereas the opposing measures 3'11". This variation is within normal margins for hand knotted rugs of this type. Recently professionally cleaned ready for in-home use! Many years of enjoyment to come with this hand knotted Caucasian Kazak rug runner made in the Caucasus region circa 1860's vintage. Size measures 3'11" x 11'8".

Item ID: ct001745

  • 100% wool pile and wool foundationSecure sides and endsFast Domestic ShippingCarbon Neutral ShippingWorldwide Shipping
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