This handmade vintage Persian Sarough Mir runner was hand-knotted in the 1980s and aside for some minor distress on the binding, the runner is in mint condition.  The allover repeating intricate tribal paisley (known as boteh, an ancient precursor to the modern paisley) design appears gray or blue from a distance but is actually made up of many beautiful colors, like a pointillist painting, coming in to view as you get closer. The botehs are midnight blue, azure blue, sea green, mint green, black and white on a watermelon sherbet background.  The runner has an elegant ivory diamond central medallion with a fascinating intricate geometric design in the same colors as the paisleys, lines and shapes interconnecting in a pattern that almost resembles hieroglyphics.  The border is a matching frame of ivory with the same pattern as the medallion in the same beautiful colors, framed by two thin rows of midnight blue.   All colors are made from only vegetable and other natural dyes.  This runner is perfect for high traffic areas and anywhere you want to add color and softness and style underfoot.  This rug has an extremely soft thick pile that you can sink your feet into and will last generations.  The minor distress is visible in the last photo - the binding is imperfect but perfectly intact!  Size:  3'7"x10'7"

Persian Sarough Mir Runner, Minor Distress

SKU: 2094
  • Within 14 days of receiving your rug, we will give you a full refund, provided that you give us in this time period, (i) a tracking number for the return, (ii) pay for return shipping, and (iii) ensure the rug is in the same condition as when received.