Description:

During the Islamic occupation in the eleventh century, Medieval Spain was the first European country to make knotted pile rugs. The one before your eyes comes from the renowned Cuenca weaving center and combines the spirit of Oriental masterpieces with a hint of European aesthetics. Its oatmeal field is adorned with a faint overall trellis of carefully-drawn gold vinery framing which comprises dusty rose stylized palmettes. This palatial pattern is enclosed within a dusty rose scrolling vinery border which completes the composition and emphasizes the glamorous character of the rug. Its soft and luminous pile was masterfully hand-executed of the finest wool in accordance with traditional oriental weaving techniques by a skilled artisan. Thanks to such thorough making, this Spanish rug is distinguished by a remarkable quality that allowed it to survive until this day in perfect condition and is a guarantee of the carpet’s further durability. Such marvelous object will be a perfect match to any classy interior arrangement. It has a chance to introduce the heat of Spanish sun, the mastery of the oriental weaving craft and the glamour of European elegance into your abode.

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