Good for its age condition, no holes, no bare spaces, clean, no repairs. Some wear to pile due to age. Shape is not perfect rectangle. Some abrash - natural and variable change in color that occurs in an Oriental rug over time when different dyes are used.
All photos are part of the description! We took photos the from both ends of the rug. PLEASE SEE ALL PICTURES SUPERSIZED!!!
ALL PHOTOS ARE IMPORTANT PART OF THE DESCRIPTION. WE TRY TO TAKE PHOTOS OF THE RUGS AS ACCURATE AS POSSIBLE HOWEVER, COLORS MAY VARY DUE TO PHOTOGRAPHY AND DIFFERENCES IN MONITOR SETTINGS Every hand knotted rug has "light" and "dark" side. The color difference is due to how you view the rug's nap. Depending on whether you look into the nap or with the nap, the rug will look lighter or darker and the color intensity you see from one end of the rug may be different from what you see on the opposite end. This phenomenon is a result of the weaving process.
As each knot is hand-tied and pulled down, a directional is created in the pile, with the nap fibers always pointing toward the bottom of the rug as it hangs in the loom. Once you have your rug in your home, examine it closely from both ends, as you may wish to turn it 180-degrees to ensure the best possible effect for the room it is in.
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The seller is "shopwithus11" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.