Published at Thursday, October 11th 2018. by Janette Lambert in Area Rugs.
We can show everybody because I want everyone to see the chart the way it is laid out, because I know sometimes picking colors the pair in the antique on either end are kind of the neutral you can see. The color of the pair is lighter than the antique has more of a golden hue, the sapphires of the blue. So if you like that blue background, the chocolate brown background, garnet more that rich red and then spice has more of that. You know sort of sunrise sunset orange kind of so the spice is also available. So you kind of get a good vision of everything.
I think the two that are the closest together are the pear and the antique this one year. The pear is really the lighter one and then the antique has more about kind of a yellow. So this cut, which one is this one? Okay, the cure. This is Angie. This is antique.
I have to tell you about this again: Waverly fans and family. This is one of the oldest documented. Well, the design is from a famous 18 hundred document and Waverly took this, took the document and created the fabric first, so now they've created for the very first time the carpeting that goes with the fabric, it's called imperial, but it's a beautiful, beautiful tree of life, design always in the 1800s, when they were doing designs, they thought of things that were natural, that was spiritual, and that was the Tree of Life. This is what's inspired to let the Art Nouveau period. It was the Art Nouveau period exactly and this design, though, even though it's based on a design from the 1800s and remember Waverly started 90 years ago, but this was base.
They went through all the documents. This is a piece of history for those of you, love history who love watching, shows like and Helen, and I was talking about it that a Sunday night shows the British show where this show with the upstairs and downstairs, and we want to be upstairs. This is the kind of rug that you would see in English homes in the mansions. This is a tree of life. Look at the detail! Also, you're wonderful! You have beautiful vines in this on your pair up here.
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