A transitional rug/carpet that uses the Herati pattern in a continuous way, bringing a harmonious dance to the threads. The characteristic elements of the Herati are that it comprises of a flower inside a rhomb surrounded by four acanthus-leaves. These leafs are sometimes called fishes, because of its similarity, and the pattern is often used on rugs/carpets with an all-over pattern. The colours mainly include red, beige and tan.
The rug/carpet is readily available to ship. The rug/carpet is hand knotted and is made of wool with silk highlights.