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Ariana is a fabulous million-plus point rug with an incredible hand, which provides a major value. The colorations of ancient Persia have been updated and given the look and feel of a true handmade collector's rug with today's hottest fashion colors. The styles chosen represent a cross-section of the best in traditional styling and craftsmanship. We're introducing Oriental patterns with clean, crisp colors that give the unique combination of old world styling and today's updated colorations. Machine made of polypropylene in Egypt.
100% heat-set polypropylene
1 million plus point rug
Incredibly soft hand
Rich colors and detailed patterns
Inherently stain resistant
About the Ariana Collection
Ariana is a fabulous million-plus point machine-made construction with an incredible hand, which provides a major value. The colorations of ancient Persia have been updated and given the look and feel of a true handmade collector’s rug with today’s hottest fashion colors. The styles represent a cross-section of the best in traditional styling and craftsmanship. Ariana’s oriental patterns in clean, crisp colors give the unique combination of Old World styling and today’s updated colorations.
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