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Persian Shiraz Qashkai Folklore Bird Rug 1.10x2.10

Lot 0037
Persian Shiraz Qashkai Rug Folklore Bird Subject Borders Design With Exact Size of 1'10" X 2'10" Natural Dyed Wool Woven on Cotton Foundation With Amazing Color Combinations Such as, ivory, salmon, Saffron Yellow, gold, beige, olive, tan and Many More. these Rugs Are Amongst Some of the Most Collected of All Shiraz-iran Wool Woven on Wool 1. 10x2. 10

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  • Condition

    Perfect age condition

    Starting Bid

    $45.00

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    Persian Shiraz Qashkai Folklore Bird Rug 1.10x2.10

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